> > On 16-09-04 14:50:23, Dave Warren wrote:
> > > I also feel that adding legitimate traffic to Tor is a net positive to
> > > the network (since capacity is not currently an issue), if only to
> > > prevent the perception that all of Tor is evil bad people doing evil bad
> > > things.
> On Sun, Sep 4, 2016, at 23:51, No Spam wrote:
> > Yes but the biggest Problem are Malicious Gateways that may try to
> > steal Credentials or put Malware in you[r] Downloads
On Mon, Sep 5, 2016, at 11:45 PM, Dave Warren wrote:
> This is why god invented HTTPS and HTTPS Everywhere.
Unfortunately, the number of sites that offer HTTPS for content other
than financial transactions and the like is, while growing, still
relatively small. (And, obviously, when it comes to sites that maintain
a .onion mirror, the number is tiny.)
What is your basis for saying that HS .onion sites are "likely harder to
attack" than "public HTTPS" sites?
And, concerning your assertion that, "staying within the tor network has
benefits.", can you name some of these benefits?
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