[tor-talk] A "paranoid" question

Phillip equusaustralus at gmail.com
Sat Mar 17 15:20:52 UTC 2012

It wouldn't really matter even if they are, would it? I mean, the whole
idea of Tor is that the communication gets encrypted at every hop, so
even if an intermediate computer is CIA, it would (theoretically) not be
able to crack the encryption from the previous hops, as well as not
knowing who is requesting the content (or even what the content is)...
> On Mar 16, 2012, at 11:42 PM, Raynald wrote:
>> Hi.
>> How can I trust that the intermediate TOR computers are not really a
>> central network for tracking and processing the communications?
>> I see that the main sponsor is "An anonymous North American NGO" - New
>> Global Order? :D -  and, I don't know why but it reminds me what I heard
>> once that one of the main investors of Facebook is the CIA (one of their
>> thousand facades)...
>> Cheers!
>> Raynald.
> Well, one good way would be to run a fast relay yourself, have it join
> the network, and see if it gets advertised as a fast relay.
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