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Re: [tor-talk] Will Tor affect Internet Explorer? (newbie question)
If I've moved away from IE to Tor Browser Bundle on my Mac desktop with a
relatively new Mac Operating System 10.6, - and don't plan to use Orbot and
Orweb on my handheld, because while I can log into my non-mainstream,
specific email website, I get a white screen after that, and also don't
plan to use Tails in the near term - and I've changed my passwords, how do
I know the specific email website (possibly located in a foreign country-
(the backend or server side) is secure, say from a nation-state party, for
Per my July 13th email in this thread, thanks for this helpful thread.
On Tue, Jul 16, 2013 at 2:26 PM, mirimir <mirimir@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 07/16/2013 02:37 PM, Buck Calabro wrote:
> > On 15 July 2013 20:19, Gabrielle wrote:
> >> Also, what is Microsoft Time of Day?
> > So there are these servers on the internet whose job is to report the
> > current time of day. They are called time servers. They are very
> > useful if you have a network of computers and you'd like them all to
> > be set to the same time. Anyway, Windows can be configured to reach
> > out to a time server and get the current time so your computer's clock
> > can be adjusted. ...
> All operating systems do that. Indeed, Tor clients won't connect if
> local time isn't synchronized accurately enough. Also, time
> synchronization errors break anonymity.
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