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Re: [tor-talk] Case examples of people deanonymized while using Tor?
In hindsight, most don't have time to watch, so here are the slides if you
want to wade through them:
On Tue, Jun 10, 2014 at 7:47 AM, Adrian Crenshaw <irongeek@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sorry, I forgot to come back to post this
> Dropping Docs On Darknets: How People Got Caught - Adrian Crenshaw
> It was also accepted at Defcon, but Defcon is a pretty geeky crowd and I
> should not have to spend as much time to explain how Tor works to them.
> What other things should I add?
> On Tue, Mar 25, 2014 at 11:43 AM, ÐÑÑÑÑ ÐÑÑÐÐÐÐ <art.istom@xxxxxxxxx>
>> On Thu, Mar 20, 2014 at 09:16:46AM +0000, Adrian Crenshaw wrote:
>> > It will be public after ShowMeCon. Going to do a private one next week
>> > as practice.
>> Can you paste link on talk here after ShowMeCon please?
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> "The ability to Google can be a serviceable substitute for technical
> knowledge." ~ Adrian D. Crenshaw
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