An associated article on OSNews points to a new tor-based embedded
Linux-on-USB-stick product called Tor Desktop: Virtual Privacy Machine
(http://www.virtualprivacymachine.com/products.html). It sells for $45,
and this might be a convenient option for some people, especially those
who are less technically adept and/or who have to use public or work
computers that they can't/aren't allowed to install programs or or
Void Beast wrote:
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I know this is an old article
but I just now read it for the first time...
Looks like torizens get a bad rep to start out with, so we have a lot
ground to make up.
What do you think?
Is tor just a fast way to bounce connections for crackers?
Or do we have a seriously powerful tool for everyone on both sides of
Where do you think the future of tor lies?
Note: This is an attempt to start an actual conversation. So don't
misinterpret my intentions or anything.
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