IQNets, Tor, "Dumpster Fires"

Karl gmkarl at
Sat Jul 25 07:32:45 PDT 2020


Long story short:

A Tor dev "pastly" on OFTC muted me ("remotecontrolledboy") in their off
topic channel relating to asking about an event some years ago with
coderman.  pastly and I also had some positive interactions supporting
users of Tor and did not stop me from slightly raising the bar.

I'm thinking of posting something like this in their main channel:

"pastly, some of our experienced people running an onion host were recently
deanonymized by DHS.  zenaan harkness has collected a number of needed
improvements to Tor to prevent such deanonymization in a project called
IQNets.  we understand that handling this is difficult and are happy to
eventually resolve it ourselves, but things could go a lot better if we
worked together.  The history of the nascent IQNets project is stored in
the on-chain repositories managed by bsv
address 1CQKe1veVPUaxpeYXeqAHnA4SJQpnbfZ2v.  dumpster fires are for staying
anonymous in many different ways.  would you be willing to unmute me in

I tried to post the private key to that address when I posted the
exconfidetial repo.  Not attached to it.

If no clear reply is received by me I'll take it as indication to proceed
however I feel.

Thank you.



There is proof inside many peoples' electronics.  Proof that a marketing
group would contract development of a frightening virus.  A virus that
responds to peoples' keystrokes and browsing habits, and changes what
people see on their devices.  A virus that alters political behavior en
masse, for profit.
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