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Re: [tor-talk] Historically speaking, what was the U.S. navy /military



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> On Jul 29, 2015, at 9:53 AM, Alexandre Guillioud <guillioud.alexandre@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> hahahaha :)
> What's all that bullshit around tor about its security.. The source is
> fully disclosed, maintenaned by open source agents. Their are well known
> flaws into the system, but, from my engineer point of view, not enough to
> void the usage of it.
> Come on, some big company/agency can spy by overloading exit nodes ? Just
> rely on inside networking (hidden services) to protect yourself ! Add to
> that a OTR communication mean, and i doubt anyone could eaves drop or even
> read your message... As long as asymetric encryption is safe (and by safe,
> i mean the whole stack. Plug your random number generators on REAL white
> noise generators, and use function well known with a very good dispertion.
> 
> I'm not a expert, but i really think this POV resume the problematic talked
> in this thread. PLease respond and prove me wrong ! I want to learn :)
> 
> 2015-07-29 15:01 GMT+02:00 spriver <spriver@autistici.org>:
> 
>> Am 2015-07-29 14:44, schrieb Lara:
>> 
>>> Virgil Griffith:
>>> 
>>>> But what was the Navy/military originally hoping to use Tor-related
>>>> protocols for? It's unclear to me what their historical motivations were.
>>> 
>>> Because they are servants of a reptilian specie of aliens, they are
>>> following their masters' plan. They need to spy on *you*. Because *you*
>>> are the key to this Armageddon. And, as you already know, they plan to
>>> exterminate the population by making it grow. And by giving little
>>> children ADHD through vaccines. When there is going to be no one, they
>>> are going to enslave humanity for the rest of the Eternity. That is when
>>> Jesus is coming back with Allah. Or coming on Allah's back. I keep
>>> forgetting this one.
>>> 
>>> And now WE know you are on Tor and we can better track you. The best
>>> thing you can do is go to the designated police station and give
>>> yourself up.
>> 
>> 
>> Hilarious! Made my day :D
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