[tor-talk] Guardian Tor article

Johny Carson BM-2cWsmYXZ1wDRbXAriL1tFwmsm4mbCAqD9Q at bitmessage.ch
Sat Oct 5 02:48:31 UTC 2013

> NSA mainly attack TOR user (not TOR itself) by exploiting
> vulnerabilities in Firefox. Should devs consider to replace the
> browser in TOR bundle with other browsers (such as chromium)?

What about Robert Hogan's "torora" browser for use with Tor
(https://code.google.com/p/torora/)? I recall Tor people wanted to help
him, or help with funding, or something, and Robert declined.

Anyone have word about its current state? Looks like it was last worked
on in 2009?

> On Fri, Oct 4, 2013 at 7:56 PM, grarpamp <grarpamp at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Some have said...
>>> this [Snowden meta arena] has been a subject of discussion on
>>> the [various] lists as well
>>> Congrats, torproject :-D
>>> "Tor Stinks" means you're doing it right; good job Tor devs :)
>>> good news everybody; defense in depth is effective and practical!
>> Yes, fine work all hands, everyone have a round at their favorite
>> pub/equivalent tonight.
>>> Of course, this is also from 2007. It's been a long time since then.
>> Yet whether from 2007 or last week... when Monday rolls around, we
>> must channel all this joy and get back to work. For the risks and
>> attackers that we all face are real, motivated, well funded, and
>> do not play fair by any set of rules. They do not stop and neither
>> can we. Wins that do not result in elimination from the game are
>> but temporary gains. We must always be better... train, practice,
>> discipline, and enter ourselves into every race... leaving only a
>> continuous cloud of dust behind for our adversaries to choke on.
>> Till Monday, I got this round :)
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