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Re: [tor-talk] tor-talk Digest, Vol 59, Issue 13



I DO NOT UNDERSTAND WHAT THIS IS ALL ABOUT: tor-talk mailing list.
Could you please explain this to me in a not scientific language and to
tell me what I have to do to be protected?
Thanks in advance.

2015-12-11 7:00 GMT-05:00 <tor-talk-request@lists.torproject.org>:

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> From: meejah <meejah@meejah.ca>
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> Subject: Re: [tor-talk] single entity running >36% exit probability
>         with 5  relays? scary.
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> It seems there's "some" interest in upgrading TorFlow? I can't in good
> conscience say that -- without funding -- I alone can replace it -- but
> I do have an out-of-date txtorcon exit-relay scanning system that could
> *become* a "next gen" torflow.
>
> I am ready and willing to provide mentorship to make this happen.
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> >From my perspective, the best-case would be a motivated and knowledeble
> student or intermediate programmer who is self-motivated and already
> versed in event-based programming (ideally Twisted, but asyncio,
> node.js, boost's asio or others are great too).
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> IMO, the best thing would be for authority operators to enumerate on a
> wiki page or ticket a) their requirements and b) their issues with
> TorFlow. Or, I guess, c) torflow is amazing and meejah has the wrong
> impression :)
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> Cheers,
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> --
> meejah
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> Date: Fri, 11 Dec 2015 03:46:48 -0500
> From: grarpamp <grarpamp@gmail.com>
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> Subject: [tor-talk] Save Crypto: Tell the White House We Can't
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> https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/publicly-affirm-your-support-strong-encryption
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