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- Subject: Re: Relakks
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- Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2006 10:28:47 -0800
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On 11/30/06, Tony <Tony@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
If they use Relakks they they can make it much harder for the US governement to watch them - and get decent speed too - unlike with TOR!
let me make this really clear:
Relakks and other single hop proxies are trivial to observe for an
adversary correlating traffic. Such services make it MUCH EASIER, not
harder, for governments to watch. they also introduce a single point
of failure and require full trust in this third party.
Tor is slower than Relakks because it provides stronger anonymity,
which is a feature, not a bug.