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Re: Can nickname be duplicate?
F. Fox wrote:
Part of what makes Tor anonymous is a that it has a large # of relays
that may or may not be supporting any particular anonymous stream. When
one indefinitely restricts, for instance, the exit relays (or entry
relays) that one uses to construct anonymous tunnels, then this does
hurt one's anonymity simply because the "cloud" of used relays of what
it could have been, is reduced to less than what it could have been.
This is of course assuming that the trust of any particular relay is
uniformly distributed over all relays... so, of course if there's a
totalitarian censorship somewhere, then yeah, don't trust those
relays... otherwise... might not be in the best interest of anonymity...
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Florian Reitmeir wrote:
"4.10. Can I control what nodes I use for entry/exit?"
... We don't actually recommend you use these for normal use -- you get the
best security that Tor can provide when you leave the route selection to
I seriously question this - at least in the context of evading
totalitarian censorship technology.
I think in such a situation, one would want to exclude nodes from their
own country; at the very least, they'd want to exclude such exit nodes.
F. Fox: A+, Network+, Security+
Owner of Tor node "kitsune"
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