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RE: Email sent through Tor, Problem

Yeah i am pretty much sure, because i have traced the first ip ie my isp's.
it gives some information like this.


2.       PAKISTAN  ------------------> MY IP.

3.         PAKISTAN

4,   Islamabad, Pakistan

5.   Pakistan

6.    Pakistan

7.   Pakistan

8.      Herndor, USA

9.     Herndor, USA

10     China

11.     China

12.     China

13.      China

14.     China

15.     China

17.     China

End    China

Is there any trick to hide the header information while sending email through hotmail.
Any suggestion?


----------------------------------------> Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2007 19:39:49 -0400> From: phobos@xxxxxxxxxx> To: or-talk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Subject: Re: Email sent through Tor, Problem>> On Tue, Oct 30, 2007 at 04:22:38PM +0000, faqeerali@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote 1.8K bytes in 37 lines about:> :> : I have sent an email through web interface from hotmail adress to another hotmail adress.> : The reciver has used the following sofware "http://www.visualware.com/index.html"; and got the details of the routes and hopes that the email had followed.>> Are you sure the receiver traced it back to your internet connection and> not the tor exit server?>> EmailtrackerPro appears to just parse the mail headers and map whois> data of the hosts in the headers. It then draws pretty lines between> everything.>> As long as Hotmail is exposing your real IP, this will continue to work.> Can anyone else with a hotmail account verify that hotmail is indeed> getting the real IP for header insertion?>> --> Andrew

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