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Re: [tor-talk] development interests
This thread is soo confusing with 3 different conversations :D
Sent from my Android so do not expect a fast, long, or perfect response...
On Sep 26, 2013 11:26 AM, "Eugen Leitl" <eugen@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 26, 2013 at 10:29:14AM -0400, David Green wrote:
> > Upgrading to Leopard (10.5) has always been an option for myself, but I
> > invariably find, with minor work, upgrading is never required -- and yes,
> > IMHO, I have never been insecure or threatened in any IT way.
> I run the system headless just for server (fax, mail, etc)
> purposes, and I doubt Tor itself gives extra attack surface
> to be remotely exploited. Putting into DMZ would be a good
> idea, so at least the soft white underbelly of your LAN
> doesn't get clawed.
> Arguably, some systems considered obscure today
> (Alpha, SPARC, PowerPC) add additional work for the
> adversary, though no doubt the spooks have enough
> exploit/shellcode libraries for such "obsolete" systems.
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