I hope this is the correct section where to ask about building Torsocks. If
that is the wrong place I apoligize and ask for a reference that can help me.
So, I am trying to build torsocks for my armv7 smartphone. What I'm talking
about is a cross-compilation, done using autools.
> 2. Design
> 2.1 Overview
>A simple analogy helps in explaining the concept behind exit relay
>pinning: HTTP Public Key Pinning (HPKP) allows web servers to express
>that browsers should pin certificates for a given time interval.
On Mon, 2016-10-17 at 09:29 -0700, Damian Johnson wrote:
> Hi Rob. I suppose it's possible arm is having a refresh issue but
> can't say there's a known bug around that. To double check try running
> tor-prompt and giving it 'GETINFO circuit-status'...
If I run tor-prompt and ARM side
> Perhaps my question is related to Michaels question, but above removing A, X,
> Y and server ID leaves the possibility of a person-in-the-middle who by
> manipulating public keys (resend 2A, instead of A, 2X instead of X, 2Y instead
> of Y) can force two
On Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 8:48 AM, Nick Mathewson wrote:
> Hi! Please see
Whoops! That URL should be:
> for information on my
Quoting isis agora lovecruft :
After discussion with John Schanck and Trevor Perrin over the last month,
we've decided to make some alterations to the specification for hybrid
handshakes in Tor proposal #269.
It seems that John, Trevor, and I are mostly in
Hi! Please see
for information on my updated GPG key. Thanks!
(I wouldn't ordinarily send this here, but this new key signs the Tor
source and tags these days, so it's a good idea to make sure people
know about it. The most
This is the release of Torsocks 2.2.0 stable version. One of the major change
between this version and the previous RC1 is that we added a check for Apple's
System Integrity Protection (a.k.a the next step for DRM protection in OS X
:P). This prevents torsocks to work for any binaries