[tor-talk] All I Want For X-mas: TorPhone

spencerone at openmailbox.org spencerone at openmailbox.org
Fri Jan 2 11:46:45 UTC 2015


Thanks for the passionate response, but it seems like you are 
reconfirming the need for TorPhone.  It seems that only by choice this 
"rule" is followed.  Unless it is the nature of an open programming 
language to write what you want, malicious or not, which I think it is, 
I certainly do not understand the "backdoor" you are referring to 
[classification and experience are not requirements to understanding 
concepts if they are explained clearly].  It seems obvious that if 
someone can make it, someone can break it.  But that doesn't mean we 
should not pursue better security and freedom than we already have with 
our mobile devices.

Happy New Year to you, too.


> Arxaios haris at arxaios.net wrote:
> The first rule , is not my rule at all, is never never been broken for
> a lot of years now because this rule gives hackers "the freedom" to 
> test
> things. So if you are a programmer you would understand what I am
> talking about. Everything is made with this rule ...protocols , 
> programs
> electronic devices and so on..!!!
> Is not a science fiction nor Orwell .! It is the truth believe it or
> not. The INTERNET what matter you do you rely on already build-ed
> foundations. Do the math... i am not going to argue on this because it
> is pointless.
> No system on earth is secure enough by individual needs. Even if you
> have the actual code then it is running on a pre-build Operating System
> which is already compromised. If that is not enough . the hardware you
> are using has hardware in-printed commands which you do not know what
> they do ...!!
> My point is : NOTHING IS SECURE.
> Happy New year.

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