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Re: [tor-talk] Advices for a Newbie
With all due respect, I run linux on all my machines. I have set up
and administer a LAMP server. I have picked up a lot of security
knowledge. I don't think of myself as below average intelligence.
I still understand almost nothing about tor - other than the general
concept about routing the packets through "anonymous" routes rather
than the shortest published route.
I have no idea what Tails does or is either.
Like the OP, I would love a Tor-for-dummies paper/e-book/guide.
On 29 July 2012 22:48, Greg Norcie <greg@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> The thing about security is you need to understand, well, everything.
> Networks, programming, psychology... you name it.
> I think Eric S Raymond's essay on "How To Be A Hacker" is pretty useful:
> Start making small projects for yourself. Install linux. Set up a web
> server. Do some LAMP programming and set up a dynamic site. In the
> course of learning basic systems admin skills, you'll pick up a lot of
> security knowledge.
> Greg Norcie (greg@xxxxxxxxxx)
> GPG key: 0x1B873635
> On 7/29/12 7:22 PM, Pedro wrote:
>> Hi everyone. My name is Pedro, I'm 21 and i live in Brazil. I've been on TOR for a while and now i'm interested in studying the network. Do you guys know some articles to learn more about Internet security, privacy and technical details about the subject. I'm a newbie on the topic, so it would be nice to start from the basics of networks and such.
>> What do you guys recommend ?
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