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Goal: I am trying to build an anonymous voting system and am wondering if Tor is sufficient to anonymize data by command-run-on(s), only when the proxy-onion-node has encrypted IP addresses that are destroyed upon opening/tampering?

Pain Point: traffic correlation/metadata PII+vote sent by cron job still defeats anonymity if correlated by timestamp of milliseconds or less certainly.

Solution: To prevent access to routing with tiny 'explosions' that destroy IP addresses to not only (1) prevent reuse+tapping but hide (2) addresses. The private key that encrypts the addresses may have to be 'hard-coded' and generated randomly.

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It's enough for your task. Tor hides the one who is requesting the data, not the one who is serving it. But in your case you're already open just by proposing a voting process, so it's totally not a concern in any matters. And - yes - Tor will shield up your voters

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  • Hey Alexey - I am not open as a voting process for the audit is merely matching the size of a dataset of public ID profiles and their anonymized votes (cron trigger jobs first and last). "Personally Identifiable Information (PII)+vote." More than several months ago, here, is alpha, for posterity not advertisement (et what is the difference). Probably not working but that is what waterfalled so far. 12 hours ago

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