[tor-talk] Historically speaking, what was the U.S. navy /military
guillioud.alexandre at gmail.com
Wed Jul 29 13:53:03 UTC 2015
What's all that bullshit around tor about its security.. The source is
fully disclosed, maintenaned by open source agents. Their are well known
flaws into the system, but, from my engineer point of view, not enough to
void the usage of it.
Come on, some big company/agency can spy by overloading exit nodes ? Just
rely on inside networking (hidden services) to protect yourself ! Add to
that a OTR communication mean, and i doubt anyone could eaves drop or even
read your message... As long as asymetric encryption is safe (and by safe,
i mean the whole stack. Plug your random number generators on REAL white
noise generators, and use function well known with a very good dispertion.
I'm not a expert, but i really think this POV resume the problematic talked
in this thread. PLease respond and prove me wrong ! I want to learn :)
2015-07-29 15:01 GMT+02:00 spriver <spriver at autistici.org>:
> Am 2015-07-29 14:44, schrieb Lara:
>> Virgil Griffith:
>>> But what was the Navy/military originally hoping to use Tor-related
>>> protocols for? It's unclear to me what their historical motivations were.
>> Because they are servants of a reptilian specie of aliens, they are
>> following their masters' plan. They need to spy on *you*. Because *you*
>> are the key to this Armageddon. And, as you already know, they plan to
>> exterminate the population by making it grow. And by giving little
>> children ADHD through vaccines. When there is going to be no one, they
>> are going to enslave humanity for the rest of the Eternity. That is when
>> Jesus is coming back with Allah. Or coming on Allah's back. I keep
>> forgetting this one.
>> And now WE know you are on Tor and we can better track you. The best
>> thing you can do is go to the designated police station and give
>> yourself up.
> Hilarious! Made my day :D
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