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regular entry nodes as relatively small number of folks use bridges compare to regular entry nodes and it seems from published material that bridges are under more sever surveillance than regular entry nodes. …
answered Nov 1 '14 by Roya
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Tor explicitly state that : Tor does not protect you from global adversary. NSA is the prime example of global adversary. This is true even before implementation of quantum algorithm. For your refer …
answered Nov 22 '14 by Roya