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Re: Tor Leaking
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- Subject: Re: Tor Leaking
- From: Simon Callow <simoncallow68@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2006 11:42:14 -0700 (PDT)
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I'm not sure as I only had a quick look but all that
maths under janography lost me. I couldn't find
anything in the table of contents. I think the page
where I found it was just suggesting things to blog
about. Anyway I emailed them and asked for an
--- Fabian Keil <freebsd-listen@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Simon Callow <simoncallow68@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > I came across a privacy blog that says even when
> > set up Tor correctly it still leaks sometimes. It
> > And you Thought you were Safe!Â?YouÂ?ve installed
> > proxy chain. You've shooed away the two
> > attractive, brightly coloured birds that prove
> > that little bit too inquisitive for comfort.
> > done everything correctlyÂ?by the book. So you
> call up
> > your favourite search engine, enter your favourite
> > topic, and soon youÂ?re clicking away on one link
> > another, sure in the knowledge that Big Brother
> > doesnÂ?t know what sites youÂ?re visiting. Right?
> > Wrong! Some of those clicks will be putting a
> smile on
> > Big BrotherÂ?s face. And no need to feel so smug,
> > you Tor usersÂ?yes, we mean you too!
> > It's at www.nearlyperfectprivacy.blogspot.com.
> > are not against Tor as theyÂ?re running a campaign
> > supporting it and they seem to know a lot about
> > privacy.
> Do you have additional links were they actually
> in some information about what "leaks" and
> they are talking about?
> To me they don't look were knowledgeable at all,
> the blog doesn't even display correctly in my
> Also taken from:
> |Your Fingerprints, Please: Digital of
> Course!â??Itâ??s getting
> |very difficult to surf without leaving your
> fingerprints behind.
> |We campaign for a solution, and offer an interim
> Am I the only one who didn't find their interim
> |We could also get down and dirty (Tiffs is really
> good at
> |that sort of thing. Ouch! Why did the Good Lord
> have to give
> |women such powerful finger muscles? I bear the
> scars!): want
> |to know the difference between SOCKS4 and SOCKS4a?
> No! We
> |didnâ??t think so. But weâ??ll tell you in any
> I didn't see where/if they explain the difference,
> but if that's as "down and dirty" they get, the blog
> seems to be pretty worthless.
> > I had a look through the archives and the
> > Wiki and I can't find anything that would cause
> Tor to
> > just leak sometimes. If you've done it by the
> > then that would be with Privoxy so I thought there
> > would be no DNS leakage. If you have turned off
> > okay apart from the sort of attack where someone
> > at both ends of the line. They seem to be saying
> > DNS leaks sometimes but not always. But if Tor
> > set up properly then it would leak all the time.
> Am I
> > missing something.
> I think you're missing that they are probably just
> spreading FUD to get attention and have either no
> information to offer, or are very good at hiding it.
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