A portable router that conceals your Internet traffic

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by ronjor, Aug 14, 2014.

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  1. ronjor

    ronjor Global Moderator

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  2. mirimir

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    That is cool :thumb:

    However, users should change obfuscated bridges after changing location, because using a particular set is a trackable signature.
     
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    I agree, this is cool, not to mention practical.

    Interesting article, I'm glad I'm not the only one thinking of the difference between privacy and anonymity as well as metadata analysis of encrypted vpn traffic.
     
  4. Palancar

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    Very interesting read. Novice aimed at best! That said; folks that know nothing about their exposure, and are willing to do almost nothing to protect themselves may benefit.

    I doubt this will be something a committed serious privacy/security "power user" will ever stick with. Many of us prefer to create our own obfuscated bridges, and "chains" combining multiple VPN's and/or TOR circuits. Also, I prefer to construct custom firewalls and tunnels that CANNOT be breached even by myself having a "blundering accident". Knowing I can be an "idiot" I create mechanical rules that protect myself from "brain farts".
     
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