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Re: [tor-talk] A community concern that needs to be addressed,



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I agree with this. The whole 'user-friendly' experience is nice. If
the privacy community can get more and more users on more secure and
privacy-friendly software it becomes a more 'natural' thing. You
cannot target every single human being at once, when everyone is
securing all information, it's difficult to determine which users are
securing malicious information. There are very strong adversaries so
making traffic 'stand-out' less would be a good goal...

On 08/18/16 23:25, grarpamp wrote:
> I'd agree that TBB is becoming more streamlined. (Maybe a relay
> running tool for windows still needs done.) And that very few
> browsers, if any, stand with TBB in doing some of the privacy
> things that need to be done, in the browser where they belong. When
> you layer better privacy oriented apps (perhaps like TBB), into
> better privacy oriented platforms (perhaps like Whonix/Qubes), 
> (tools the list may happen to be more familiar with), even plugged
> into interesting overlay networks, the overall posture in
> privacy/anonymity can be better. No tool or user is perfect
> though. And the GPA and others are strong opponents.
> 
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