Question and Confirmation.

Matthew pumpkin at
Sun Jan 30 23:15:17 UTC 2011

> Each relay removes one layer of encryption.
> Tor does *not* encrypt and send packet headers.  Tor only relays the
> data within a TCP connection.
I'm still not getting this.  My understanding is that you have the data and 
the header when using TCP.  If only the data is encrypted then what happens 
to the headers?
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