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[tor-talk] Alec Muffet "Tor is a very attractive proposition for secure networking"

A blog post that envisions Tor working as part of mainstream infrastructure.

Tor protocol enables end-to-end encrypted communications between computers — eg: Tor Browser on your laptop at one end, and an Onion Site at the other.

This is not only decentralised and distributed, it is disintermediated communication: there’s no DNS-name to be censored, nor spoofed nor hijacked, there’s no fixed network route to be blocked, there’s no firewall to be bypassed nor a single big ISP router to be DDoSed by some attacker.

He also faintly disagrees with Andrew Lewman about the "dark web", for those into name dropping and keyword doping ;)
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