[tor-relays] NPR story: When A Dark Web Volunteer Gets Raided By The Police

Green Dream greendream848 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 7 23:54:23 UTC 2016

@ Tristan re: "What happened to "innocent until proven guilty?" Please note
I already said "This particular case is perhaps not so clear cut"

@ Markus re: "How do you know a exit server is compromised?" You don't
always know. With any skill on the attacker's part, you will NOT know.
Still, sometimes attackers do stupid things, like run sslstrip, otherwise
try to man-in-the-middle SSL, etc.

As I already said, this particular case is not so clear cut. However
letting the police poke around on the hardware is a really good reason not
to trust it! I mean, I'd personally burn it all down and start over. Looks
like that's what the Seattle operators are already doing, so this is
perhaps a moot discussion.
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