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Re: [tor-talk] love! and a question
Aha! Thank you, Matt. I'm sure there is more to learn.
In essence, I want to be able to communicate off radar w a specific set of
folks, but wo having to drag them into a darknet arena they may not be
comfy with bc of religious convictions. Nothing nefarious, but needfully
underground for their security.
If I need more than Tor, mind sharing how i might go about securing? It
wouldn't be anything more than text-type communication.
On Jul 31, 2015 1:41 PM, "Speak Freely" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> In an attempt to try to help clean up tor-talk, partly because I've been
> to blame for getting this mailing-list off topic several times...
> John, if you have any general questions, you can email me directly and I
> will try to answer them as best I can.
> I think it's great you're interested how it works, and if you have
> specific questions about the implementation or design, then this
> mailing-list is the right place.
> Hopefully you're aware of the fact that some of your browsing habits
> will have to change in order to be as safe as possible. I do hope you
> heed the warnings in the link Harmony provided. (PGP, OTR, HTTPS, etc)
> Also, as mentioned pretty much everywhere, Tor is *not* the only thing
> you need to be & stay protected. Depending on your needs, you may have a
> bit more to learn than the average Tor user simply looking to browse the
> web unimpeded by government censorship.
> Speak Freely
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