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On 17/09/16 18:28, Aaron Johnson wrote:
>>> the same graph with more data, more request types, and of
>>> course a lot more shininess:
>> If you feel that's interesting enough, would it be possible to
>> also add the number of download of cryptographic signatures to
>> the graph?
>> I also would love to see a breakdown by operating systems if you
>> consider it a reasonable thing to do.
> To these requests I would add a request for the methodology behind
> releasing these stats. Are they raw numbers? Rounded? More
> generally, how are the web logs sanitized? I’m interested in how
> safe these statistics are to release and how they might be changed
> to be even more privacy-preserving.
Good thinking! I summarized the methodology on the graph page as: The
graph above is based on sanitized Tor web server logs . These are a
stripped-down version of Apache's "combined" log format without IP
addresses, log times, HTTP parameters, referers, and user agent strings.
I guess we'll write down the sanitizing process in more detail once we
make this part of CollecTor, but that may take a few more weeks or
If you spot anything in the data that you think should be sanitized
more thoroughly, please let us know!
> Thanks, Aaron
All the best,
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