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Re: [tor-talk] EFF Tor Challenge
I've run tor relays for years (linux) and have never ever had any security issues. No compromises, no hacks, no nothing. Untouched.
On Thursday, June 02, 2011 09:51:37 am Geoff Down wrote:
> On Thu, 02 Jun 2011 06:36 -0700, CACook@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> > On Wednesday 1 June, 2011 18:41:47 Marsh Ray wrote:
> > > > - VirtualBox VM bridged to LAN still must share the LAN class C, and
> > > > could potentially monitor internal traffic. (And please don't
> > > > quibble with me calling it a class C... they have to make up a name
> > > > and stick with it. I still call Nissan's a Datsun)
> > >
> > > No, you're factually wrong on the deeper point. The muddy terminology is
> > > just a symptom.
> > Yeah that's a big help. I can take that to the bank!
> > Look, I'm a real estate developer, not a coder. OK?
> > When I have something I can work with I'll consider a relay, but as long
> > as everyone is coy about security, you will have trouble recruiting
> > relays. That's a fact, deal with it.
> They had no trouble recruiting me and I don't even know what a
> 'VirtualBox brideged to a LAN' is. Lots of people trust Tor to work and
> be secure. No coyness required.
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