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Re: Marketing Tor (Was Re: For those using Tor with windows)
I really, really like this idea. We could have anon users with
anon-tokens, linked up to disposable margined accounts, like calling
cards. I think we would need access to internet services much closer
to backbones than the ISP->client range if we were trying to guarantee
a level of throughput/latency.
Wednesday, November 16, 2005, 9:40:03 AM, you wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 16, 2005 at 04:19:23PM +0100, Christian Siefkes wrote:
>> What would be the purpose of running Tor in a private single-owner network?
> Being able to buy a speedy, reliable service? (Besides, with peering it
> could be a private multi-owner network mosaic, only with guaranteed throughput).
>> The network owner knows who you are and what you do, so unless you know you
>> can trust them _and_ they won't surrender to legal or hacker attacks you're
> If there are no logs there is nothing to surrender. As to hackers, systems
> can be sufficiently hardened and monitored.
>> out of luck.
>> You can just skip the Tor part and use a private SSH tunnel such as
>> Privacy.li, that'll give you the same amount of security.
> I don't know the people behind privacy.li. Are these the usual suspects?
> Static SSH tunnels are somewhat of a sitting duck, too. Tor is more dynamic.