JanusVM tests

Kyle Williams kyle.kwilliams at gmail.com
Fri Jun 12 22:11:39 UTC 2009

It is a work in progress. Thank you for your feedback.  This is meant to
test all anonymity services, not just Tor.That is why I didn't bother to
check to see if they are coming through a Tor router.  I guess I could check
that if it would please more people.

- Kyle

2009/6/12 Matej Kovacic <matej.kovacic at owca.info>

> Hi,
> if I go to the JanusVM deanonimyzer test without being connected through
> Tor, the test passes (of course), but I get info, that I have very good
> anonymizer service:
> If you do not see your real IP address in the report, then CONGRATULATIONS!
> This means that you have a very good anonymity service, that's if you
> are using one.
> This information is true, but a bit misledaing. My proposal (for JanusVM
> test owner) is to explain a little bit more what means if user passes
> test and to also check if user is using Tor exit point and then warn
> user that he passed the test, but is not using Tor.
> (I just wrote an article for one slovenian IT portal and some users are
> commenting that this test is misleading...)
> JanusVM test is here:
> http://www.janusvm.com/deanonymizer/scan.html
> byr, Matej
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