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Re: [tor-talk] Is there a representative of the LizardSquad on this list?
The fact of the matter is, you tweeted that you were attempting a zero day
exploit with Tor, and you used a large number of nodes to (accomplish?)
that. Whether or not you were or were not attempting a Sybil attack, that's
the only thing that people can see as the "attack" that was mentioned.
I mean, if you wanted to you could maybe publically post saying that you
were creating free exits, instead of saying that Tor users are
Tor's network is all about consensus; adding new relays is super detectable
and easy to mitigate. The system is decentralized. If someone (e.g. a
government) wanted it gone, it would have been removed a long time ago.
You manning the email account appear to at least be mildly interested in
supporting Tor, but it seems like the Twitter account person is working
opposite in force. That's all it looks like to me.
On Fri Dec 26 2014 at 6:58:20 PM <email@example.com> wrote:
> There is no Sybil attack.
> > If yes, it'd be nice to know what your aims are in the Sybil attack.
> > Because thus far it is unclear to me what your motives or objectives
> > are.
> > -V
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