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Re: 答复: Hypothetical: Totalitarian regimes & virtual servers abroad?
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- Subject: Re: 答复: Hypothetical: Totalitarian regimes & virtual servers abroad?
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- Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2008 19:29:12 -0800
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| First. It is completely impossible for Chinese government to setup
| censorship system out of its territory, especially in a democratic
But they could set up some rogue exit nodes, hoping to do traitor
tracing on misconfigured clients.
Just because someone *should* have a secure setup, doesn't mean they do.
I'm sure many attackers would use this to their advantage.
| If they were to do this, it would not only be against the law of
| which their censor system located, but also seriously destroy their
1.) Why would they care if it broke another country's laws? It's near
impossible to enforce laws across sovereign borders, when it comes down
2.) Their reputation has already been destroyed in democratic nations. =;o)
F. Fox: A+, Network+, Security+
Owner of Tor node "kitsune"
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