Anonymity Solutions and Attacks

Discussion in 'privacy general' started by nightrace, Oct 1, 2010.

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  1. nightrace

    nightrace Registered Member

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  2. CloneRanger

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    @ nightrace

    Thanks for posting, Very enlightening :eek:

    I couldn't find any other pages on there, is this a new www ?
     
  3. LockBox

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    They're using a Tor Hidden Service. It's a .onion site translated to http for any and all users on the web. It's a project of tor2web.
     
  4. apathy

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    Great information!!

    Knowing the strengths and weaknesses of tor, vpn(s) and proxies
    can really help if someone relies on them for staying anonymous.

    I use a VPN service for 90% of my normal everyday traffic.

    It isn't easy to trust some company providing services like these
    but if you keep your traffic to places you would go at a wifi cafe
    then there's not much to worry about.
     
  5. caspian

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    LOL!.....Hey how did you do the trick with the word anonymity? That is really cool!
     
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