Torpark v.22.214.171.124 pre-release
arrakistor at gmail.com
Mon Apr 17 03:08:58 UTC 2006
Torpark 126.96.36.199b (188.8.131.52) is pretty secure, thanks to NoScript. I
would be interested to find out if there is still any vulnerability.
Regarding the suggestion about telling you want exit node country you
have, I think I will have a plugin for the browser that does that very
soon. It will be... amazing.
Thanks for the appreciation!
Monday, April 17, 2006, 9:58:00 AM, you wrote:
> Good work your great Torpark is, an easy access to Tor for
> people of an easy effort style (such as me).
> Now I have, to be a tip for your next release, in my opinion
> would be a very very VERY :) important implemention to give
> the Torpark browser a line down below (perhaps in status bar).
> As an fictional example here, thats the basical need:
> Entry: 123.456.789.0 Germany - - - - - Exit: 987.654.321.0 USA
> Or, as an "de luxe" version, compacted to fit the browser:
> In: Dallas, Texas, Blablabla Company - Out: Switzerland, Bern, Blablabla
> Not necessary to continous sample when idle, but maybe a special
> quick button to click the moment before go any website or email,
> to check where Tor in and where Tor out.
> Another tip: Let the Torpark by default go as an "super security
> Thank You very much!
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