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Re: [tor-talk] ISP surveillance through Tor?
Fantastic graphic. Thanks for posting.
On Thu, Jul 11, 2013 at 3:43 PM, Seth David Schoen <schoen@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> Marcos Eugenio Kehl writes:
> > 2. What informations my ISP manager sees when I connect Tor Browser?
> Something like "Https Tor Network"? Could my ISP catch or sniff some
> download from the first node to my pc, or the download is encrypted?
> > Regards from Brasil!
> Bom dia,
> We prepared a graphic last year ago to try to help people visualize
> which data is concealed by the use of Tor.
> This graphic lets you click to turn Tor and HTTPS on and off. (Here,
> "HTTPS" means that your browser is using an HTTPS connection to the
> particular web site that you're communicating with.) The kinds of
> data that different entities along the way see or don't see is
> There are some surveillance possibilities that the graphic doesn't
> directly address, for example that the timing or amount of data
> you send might allow one of the eavesdroppers to confirm a hypothesis
> or guess about you or what you're accessing. Instead, the graphic shows
> what each entity directly learns from its own eavesdropping or data
> requests, not what they might be able to figure out with further
> Seth Schoen <schoen@xxxxxxx>
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