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[tor-talk] Fwd: Amazon Tor Relays and the Tor Research Safety Board


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On Saturday, April 20, 2019 nusenu <nusenu-lists@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi there,
> we noticed your tor relays and was wondering whether you submitted
> your research to the Tor Research Safety Board for review since your
> email address and amount of relays suggests you are doing research.
> https://research.torproject.org/safetyboard.html
> https://nusenu.github.io/OrNetRadar/2019/04/17/a3
> kind regards, nusenu

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Subject: Re: Amazon Tor Relays and the Tor Research Safety Board
Date: Mon, 13 May 2019 21:01:54 +0000
From: researcher_2o17 <researcher_2o17@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Reply-To: researcher_2o17 <researcher_2o17@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: nusenu <nusenu-lists@xxxxxxxxxx>

Hi nusenu,

I am sorry for taking so long to reply.

I understand the safety guidelines. I am currently doing preliminary research using my relay nodes. I would like to share my research if my research goes to the next step.

I am interested in the anonymity of Tor hidden service.There are several studies that use machine learning to identify the destination of traffic measured on the Tor network. I am currently conducting verification experiments of the method described in the papers.

The research is proceeded with careful consideration of the privacy of the Tor network users. Measured traffic is used to create data sets, but it does not contain information that can be used to break the anonymity of end-to-end communication. All my nodes are listed in the "family" of server descriptors, so people can completely exclude my nodes from their circuit paths if necessary.

Best regards,


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