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Re: Tor a Virus?
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> >I am a developer on a free software project called Tor. Tor is
> >designed to provide safe, anonymous communication for free speech and
> >privacy purposes. According to some of our users, AVG reports
> >versions of Tor (particularly the obsolete 0.0.9pre4, available at
> >http://tor.eff.org/dist/obsolete/tor-009pre4.exe ) as infected or
> >compromised by something you call "Trojan horse Proxy.12.AL." I
> >find no information about this virus or trojan on your website.
We're talking about the installer .exe, not tor itself, right? Isn't it
possible that the compressed version of tor coincidentally happens to
match a signature in AVG's database?
Quentin Smith - http://www.comclub.org/~quentins/about
ComClub International - http://www.comclub.org/
As we enjoy great advantages from inventions of others, we should be
glad of an opportunity to serve others by any invention of ours; and
this we should do freely and generously.
- - Benjamin Franklin
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