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Re: [tor-talk] Why corrupt government officials blah blah bleh blah

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On 03/07/2015 09:15 AM, krishna e bera wrote:
> On 15-03-05 02:07 PM, tor@xxxxxxx wrote:
>> On 03:05:2015, Travis Bean wrote:
>>> Stuff
>> I wonder if this giant pile of mess you've posted in this mailing list
>> is related to the products/services you are trying to sell on the web
>> site linked in your sig?
>> I didn't like what I read there. You seem to be offering more than is
>> possible with the type of product you're presenting. "Instantly stop NSA
>> spying with this powerful software" orly?
> The software in question is linked and downloadable at TLBean's page:
> [0] http://www.tlbean.com/anonymity.html
> I am curious why anyone would be encouraging people to use vanilla
> Firefox with Privoxy and Tor to aim for anonymity on the web. TorProject
> has documented how that is not sufficient [1], and supplied suitable
> replacement software, namely TorBrowserBundle, which you are welcome to
> link to or redistribute with appropriate integrity safeguards etc.
> [1]https://www.torproject.org/projects/torbrowser/design/

Do those of you on this mailing list understand what you are posting?

For future reference, unless you know exactly what you are talking about
regarding software this or that, it is much better to refrain from any
naive comments all together. The majority on this website have zero
knowledge of software research and development and know absolutely
nothing when it comes to advanced computer security methodology.

The free software I have available on my website is simply an all-in-one
installer for automatic installation and configuration. Most people find
it too much work to locate the software themselves, install it, and then
configure all the parts they need for secure communication.

The developer(s) behind TorBrowserBundle are not the authority on
computer security. They may think installing vanilla Firefox with
Privoxy and Tor is not sufficient, but this is not a valid point. Linux
computer users find TorBrowserBundle to be unwieldy and completely
insufficient for meeting their needs regarding easy installation and
configuration of a secure communications system.

What I have for download on my website, especially the version for
Linux, makes it very simple for an individual with zero computer
knowledge to setup a high-security, military-grade communications system
in a matter of minutes. This takes hour on end for someone who is not
familiar with Linux and not an expert in computer security.

Kind Regards,

Travis L. Bean

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