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Re: Firefox extensions and anonymity, TOR etc
- To: "Fabian Keil" <or-talk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Firefox extensions and anonymity, TOR etc
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- Date: Tue, 13 Jun 2006 13:26:51 -0400
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>> I see a node in Saudia Arabia. Some nodes in China.. and
>> even a node in Iran! These countries strongly control the
>> internet. How is it possible to believe, that these nodes
>> are not some kind of honeypots ?! And for this, it would be
>> great to be able to easily decide to not use some TOR nodes.
> Fabian Keil <freebsd-listen@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> How is it possible to believe that those country wouldn't run their "honeypots" from someplace else where they get less attention.
Of course of course... But in a country like Iran where ALL internet access are hardly monitored and filtered, where clients have to show their ID to enter an internet cafe and where all their data will be recorded, I would like to understand how a TOR node can be run, unless it receives the clearance of the administration!