[tor-dev] Listen to Tor

Kenneth Freeman kencf0618 at riseup.net
Mon May 18 02:14:21 UTC 2015

On 05/17/2015 11:32 AM, Nima Fatemi wrote:

> Now this is getting a bit tricky... We encourage Tor exit operators to
> not to monitor or tamper with the data. This sounds very much like
> monitoring their exit and reporting back every TCP connection or circuit.

I was thinking along the lines of FTP generating one tone, a chat
session a chord, etc., but yeah.

> Do you know about Onionoo?
> https://onionoo.torproject.org

Vaguely. I use Atlas.

> I'm wondering if it's possible to do such a thing with the kind of data
> Oniionoo provides from the Tor network.

Probably. Tor is such an intense research target, I figured that the
real-time metadata and statistics could somehow be made acoustic.

> Keep up with creativity!

Thanks. I hope someone runs with this!

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