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Re: Library Defeats Tor Followup Addl Info
Sorry for my pertubation. It just seems everything is more difficult
than it should be.
And I guess I am po'd at myself also for discovering too late that dns
requests were leaking.
I guess I should be happy that my tcp requests appear to have been
encrypted. Good thing I am not a terrorist, haha.
On Sat, 13 Oct 2007 22:41:31 -0400, phobos@xxxxxxxxxx said:
> On Sat, Oct 13, 2007 at 05:30:30PM -0700, mark485anderson@xxxxxx wrote
> 13K bytes in 288 lines about:
> : This group has not changed. I give information in good faith and then
> : nobody replies.
> Actually, you seemed to be doing just fine without needing help. If
> there were explicit questions you wanted answered, I missed them in the
> descriptions of what you encountered.
> : out now). This is why more people don't use Tor, it seems to be only
> : domain of an elite group, who could care less if others join in.
> Hardly. Tor can be difficult to correctly configure for fantastic
> anonymity. Many applications, operating systems, and networks conspire
> against you to reveal your tcp traffic destinations. Many people have
> problems comprehending the real threats to anonymity versus movie-plot
> threats as seen on the Internet. We're working to make it easier to
> correctly configure and use. No matter how easy we make it, the next
> hop will always be in an arms race to defeat Tor's gains.
> Sorry you felt un-loved on or-talk. You seem to be doing fine reverse
> engineering your local library's network.
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