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Re: [tor-talk] Scarp may be wrong about Tor Mail

Miserly Flyer:
>> From Scarp:
> "I think Mysterous Flyer is either an idiot or a troll, the fact
> that he accuses Google of changing his password, and Tormail, and
> isn't even sure whether he forgot his password or not is laughable."
>> From Me:
> You apparently did not read the Mysterious Flyer's entire comment
> thread.  I think the MF seems very bright (and good-looking too, just
> based on his comments).  You, scarp, also have a Tor Mail account, so
> perhaps you are defensive about it.  MF never accused Google of
> changing his password.  MF had a hater/harrasser who worked at
> Google, as verified by their IP address.  MF is wondering if the Tor
> Mail account was the vector through which the Tor-Mail-Created Yahoo
> account got compromised.  Tor Mail is listed by the Tor Project as a
> baddie, not a goodie.
> MF was also wondering if the hater was the person running around
> hacking everything.  However, since Tor Mail has now been identified
> as a general culprit, the hater just moved down on the list of
> possibilities, while Tor Mail just moved up.  The hater would have to
> be a very GOOD and dedicated hacker to have done all that.  I think I
> would like to be friends with the MF.
> So there, scarp.

This is ridiculous. The question if tormail is to be trusted or not
isn't interesting for this tormail accusation.

I am quite sure about one thing:
If Tor Mail is up to something they won't hack into anonymous accounts
by random anonymous users using any random mailing list. That's just the
most uninteresting hack in the world.

I don't say it's 100% impossible, there is always a few 0,000001%. Same
chances apply for being struck by a lighting.

There are far more interesting things tormail could do.
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