[tor-talk] Automatic vulnerability scanning of Tor Network?

Lee ler762 at gmail.com
Tue Dec 20 23:15:37 UTC 2011

On 12/20/11, Chris <tmail299 at errtech.com> wrote:
>>> Security trough obscurity doesn't scale, so what' the problem?
>> The problem is that I don't know you, I don't know your intentions,
>> and I haven't given you permission to do a security audit, free or
>> otherwise, on my machine.  You need to GET PERMISSION FIRST or you're
>> behaving exactly like those "Tor unfriendly person" you mentioned.
> It sounds to me like you shouldn't be on the Internet. This attitude is
> ignorant of reality, real security, and the ethics of the Internet.

I also believe in good manners :)

> What
> are the ethics of the Internet? There are none. It is not a single place
> or group. You are the one taking the risk of being exposed to things you
> don't like. Be it port scans, denial of service attacks, language you
> dislike, ideas, fraud, or other malice. There is only one general law that
> you will find applies everywhere in the world and that is treason.

I'm glad that I don't live in your world.

> Your view offends me.

Oh Noes!!!  You've been exposed to Things You Don't Like!  Get off the
Internetz!! NOW!!!

This has all the makings of a fun flamefest, but I got a call from
work so I'm not going to be able to play anymore.


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