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Re: [tor-talk] Problem about Tor website
2013. 2. 24. 9:03 am SiNA Rabbani <sina@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> If you download from http, then there is nothing protecting you from
> downloading modified, malware inserted binaries. HTTPS is providing
> confidentiality and authentication. Of course you want to verify signatures
> once you download from HTTPS not HTTP.
> There are curious eyes everywhere, use encryption to protect yourself ;)
> On Feb 23, 2013 3:26 PM, "k e bera" <keb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On Sat, 23 Feb 2013 17:21:18 -0500
>> Andrew Lewman <andrew@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> On Sat, 23 Feb 2013 19:03:17 +0900
>>> Nam Su <namfree123@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>> I know Tor http website redirects Https version website but http site
>>>> couldn't open or slowly than Tor connection.
>>>> Is it government's sensor?
>>> http://torproject.org redirects to https://www.torproject.org
>>> automatically on our webservers. If you cannot get to torproject.org,
>>> likely someone is censoring you.
>> The question may also have been: Why does Tor Project not offer
>> unencrypted duplicate content over HTTP, for those users not allowed to
>> connect to port 443 or setup SSL connections?
>> For example a user might want to download the TorBrowserBundle which would
>> enable them to circumvent the censorship from that point onwards.
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