Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Tor Cracked And Global Sites About Privacy

There was an interesting paper from FortConsult about breaching Tor to find out user IP addresses. That sort of defeats the whole purpose of Tor. The paper, Practical Onion Hacking, came out on Packet Storm in October.

I added two more sites to my web site about Internet privacy, censorship and filtering. The two sites, Privacy International and OpenNet Initiative, monitor privacy, censorship and Internet filtering issues around the world. They caught my attention because of their global focus.

Links to the two sites can be accessed from my home page by clicking on Privacy in the left-hand navigation on the home page and then clicking on the link in the page that appears.

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