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Re: [tor-talk] Will Tor affect Internet Explorer? (newbie question)

How does Tor/Vidalia handle the issue of one's computer recording one's own
key strokes unbeknownst to the end user, in IE, in comparison with the
somewhat new Tor Browser, or the issue of software that can take over one's
computer, such as the Dell computer help desk software was able to do to
help customers, with consent, back in the later 90s?


On Sat, Jul 13, 2013 at 1:27 PM, Blibbet <blibbet@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Have any really simple and intuitive videos or articles been created you
>> guys know of? Something like online anonymity for dummies?
> Here's a start:
> https://cryptoparty.org/wiki/**The_CryptoParty_Handbook<https://cryptoparty.org/wiki/The_CryptoParty_Handbook>
> https://**pressfreedomfoundation.org/**whitepapers/encryption-works-**
> how-protect-your-privacy-age-**nsa-surveillance<https://pressfreedomfoundation.org/whitepapers/encryption-works-how-protect-your-privacy-age-nsa-surveillance>
> Search the LibTech archives, there are a few other documents -- often
> maintained by privacy-centric or journalist security-centric organizations
> -- that are relatively-up-to-date:
> http://mailman.stanford.edu/**pipermail/liberationtech<http://mailman.stanford.edu/pipermail/liberationtech>
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