I understand that asking directly if they've been approached and asked would get a 'No' since these requests probably come with a gag order. So:

Can the Tor Project (or anyone) prove that they haven't been told or made by any gov't (US or otherwise) or gov't agency (3-letter agencies) to put a backdoor(s) into TOR?


They prove it by giving you the complete source code for Tor. If you find a backdoor, then report it immediately to the Tor Project and then responsibly report it to the general public.


But when the source code is public, it means they already have it and will use it, right?!? Or do you really believe they wont??

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