Some legal trouble with TOR in France
2600denver at gmail.com
Sat May 13 23:02:34 UTC 2006
He has a good point. They surely have a clone of your drive which means they
have the private keys to the server which could destroy the user's
On 5/13/06, Joe Knall <joe.knall at gmx.net> wrote:
> On Sonntag, 14. Mai 2006 00:03 Ringo Kamens wrote:
> > Well burning it doesn't do is completely (unless it's molten and then
> > mixed with other stuff). You should securely wipe it with a magnet
> > and then melt it. In this case, just wipe it about 100 times and then
> > sell it.
> Hey people... why not commit suicide and let them have the crap...
> but back to serious:
> Darik's Boot&Nuke (dban.sourceforge.net) seems to be a sufficient
> solution to wipe a disk.
> What surprises me is that they let Olivier go that quickly and even gave
> him back his equipment, maybe there's really something fishy about it.
> I keep the prejudice that cops aren't that open-minded and learn what
> tor is in just one day.
> But I'd worry more about them having made copies of everything and hold
> my gpg and ssh keys now, and who knows what else...
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