[tor-relays] Why adding more Nodes won't help?
peter at ludikovsky.name
Thu May 24 10:59:04 UTC 2018
For that I'd suggest you look into running a separated test network with
all nodes having
in their torrc. Then you can change the hop number in the source &
experiment away, without impacting the real network.
On 2018-05-24 10:30, dave` dave wrote:
> I don't have something specific to hide, i just wonder how can i set more
> or less node for testing- im running all the nodes(Bridge,Guard, middle and
> exit) and i wanna know if I'm define for example one node the traffic will
> be encrypt or not?(if i can define a one node only)
> or adding more nodes.
> On Tue, May 22, 2018 at 5:47 AM, grarpamp <grarpamp at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Paths are driven by the client and unchecked, it's not hard to do.
>> However first you're better off taking a serious look at your threat
>> model, which you've not mentioned at all for anyone to help you
>> qualify it and any potential solutions therein, before turning random
>> knobs in whatever anonymous overlays you're using.
>> Likely more useful than hop count would be analysis
>> of the real world node network, with path selection
>> leanings and choices being made therein.
>> But again, no one seems to be taking up and
>> working that project. Sybils all the way down...
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