[SGVLUG] SOPA/Protect IP bill moving forward to gut DNS security
jek at ininx.com
Thu Nov 17 15:19:20 PST 2011
In a posting purporting to be from 4V4-WRG <e320r837i4031j316 at yahoo.com>
but lacking a digital signature, it is written:
> If freedombox follows the same concepts and software that TOR does ...
It's much more than that. It can have TOR as a component. Read further
at the site.
> ... why not just download the TOR browser ... and run an anonymous
> browser in either virtual box or real computer environment? Your IP
> changes every 10 minutes too so you are hopping all over the globe
> literally :-) Makes it almost impossible to trace.
From the TOR documentation:
... for low-latency systems like Tor, end-to-end traffic
correlation attacks [8, 21, 31] allow an attacker who can observe
both ends of a communication to correlate packet timing and volume,
quickly linking the initiator to her destination.
> Also one word of warning I never at this time login to any sites that
> require user name and PW
Wise choice. Did you bump into that at the freedombox site?
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John E. Kreznar jek at ininx.com 9F1148454619A5F08550 705961A47CC541AFEF13
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