Tor client over Java LINUX
camera_lumina at hotmail.com
Tue Dec 13 08:16:04 PST 2005
Well, I've been playing with one of those little Tor USB doohickeys.
But that's a very different thing from allowing anyone, anywhere to pull a
Tor client down onto a java virtual machine.
Of course I'll grant that such a publically available Tor node offers a kind
of anonymity that most Cypherpunks would pass on, but I still maintain that
huge increases in quasi-anonymous traffic* is good for those of us who roll
our own, more secure communications.
* By Quasi-anonymous I mean potentially breakable, but only through the
exertion of significant TLA resources. In other words, too expensive to do
fishing expeditions on big-mouths.
>From: Eugen Leitl <eugen at leitl.org>
>To: Tyler Durden <camera_lumina at hotmail.com>, cypherpunks at jfet.org
>Subject: Re: Tor client over Java LINUX
>Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2005 18:33:18 +0100
>On Mon, Dec 12, 2005 at 11:41:25AM -0500, Tyler Durden wrote:
> > This could allow anyone at a public computer to open a Java-based Tor
> > client (from a Tor website, of course), from pretty much anywhere
> > imagine Tor-on-Java would be resource hungry).
>There's a Tor park Tor/Firefox appliance, which can be started off
>local drive or an USB stick.
>IIRC the author of Torpark might be developing a Tor Firefox plugin.
>Eugen* Leitl <a href="http://leitl.org">leitl</a> http://leitl.org
>ICBM: 48.07100, 11.36820 http://www.ativel.com
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