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Re: How does tor encrypt my data?
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> That is to say: the exit node we choose must be trustable in keeping my
No, you can't - or at least shouldn't - trust any maintainer of a tor
router. No one can keep people from setting up several tor exit nodes in
order to gain information, passwords, what else ... (already happened)
The only way to gain the integrity of your data sent through the
internet and especially tor, is by using protocols which make use of a
secure encryption layer. So if you send data which could reveal your
identity you have to use such a secure protocol.
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