Re: Surreptitious Tor Messages?

2005-10-05 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
cyphrpunk wrote: On 10/3/05, Tyler Durden [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Can anyone suggest a tool for checking to see if my Tor client is performing any surreptitious signaling? The Tor protocol is complicated and most of the data is encrypted. You're not going to be able to see what's

Re: Just to make your life more paranoid:) Re: Surreptitious Tor Messages?

2005-10-05 Thread Tyler Durden
Steve Furlong wrote... The noisy protocol has the added benefit of causing the network cable to emit lots of radiation, frying the brains of TOR users. The only defense is a hat made of flexible metal. More than that, I'd bet they engineered that noise to stimulate the very parts of the

Re: Just to make your life more paranoid:) Re: Surreptitious Tor Messages?

2005-10-04 Thread alan
On Tue, 4 Oct 2005, Steve Furlong wrote: On 10/4/05, gwen hastings [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Troll Mode on: TOR was originally developed as a result of CIA/NRL funding:) ... BTW running TOR makes you very visible that you are running tor even as a client.. its quite a noisy protocol

Just to make your life more paranoid:) Re: Surreptitious Tor Messages?

2005-10-04 Thread gwen hastings
Troll Mode on: TOR was originally developed as a result of CIA/NRL funding:) compile your own client and examine sources if you have this particular brand of paranoia(I do) change to an OS which makes this easy ... BTW running TOR makes you very visible that you are running tor even as a

Re: Just to make your life more paranoid:) Re: Surreptitious Tor Messages?

2005-10-04 Thread Steve Furlong
On 10/4/05, gwen hastings [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Troll Mode on: TOR was originally developed as a result of CIA/NRL funding:) .. BTW running TOR makes you very visible that you are running tor even as a client.. its quite a noisy protocol Well, of course that feature is built in. The NSA