Xiong Chiamiov
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What is the point of a relay family?
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Think about this instead from the perspective of the Tor Project. Say you're a dev and you notice that a bunch of nodes that appear to be operated by the same person, but they aren't grouped together ...

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Why my relay is so slow?
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Have you read the lifecycle of a new tor relay? In particular: So that's phase one: your new relay gets basically no use for the first few days of its life because of the low 20KB cap, while it ...

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Can anyone explain the following Orbot error
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Those are the nicknames of the relays that were in your circuit; you can go look them up on Atlas and see information on them, which is kinda cool. Since Orbot is running on a phone, it will shut ...

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Another question about Tor exit node
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But,what if Entry-Node send my ip address to Relay-Node,which will send it to Exit-Node ? Then will the Exit Node have both my IP Adress and what i am sending ? Yes, the facts you are quoting assume ...

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How can I automatically get the latest version of the Browser?
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The AUR package should stay pretty up to date. If you want to help keep it up, you can subscribe to one of the places that new releases are announced (I use the blog rss feed) and flag the package ...

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How do I enable plugins so I can use Tor to see sites that require plugins, and how do i prevent IP leak?
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You prevent IP leaks by using the tor browser bundle in its most paranoid security setting. Enabling plugins will expose you to deanonymouzation techniques. Enabling a firewall does not help. The ...

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Is it possible to find hidden service IPs by compromising an end node of a client connecting to it?
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The details of how exactly hidden services work are a bit complicated, but the important part for this question is that both the client and the server build their own 3-node circuit to a meeting point ...

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Can I disguise a server's IP with Tor (or a similar service)?
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If I'm reading correctly, you aren't actually interested in anonymity; what you want is to run a personal webserver but not expose your home internet ip to the world. The most direct thing to do is ...

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Why do Tor hidden service operators bother with SSL/TLS encryption?
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Https (or more accurately, TLS) handles transport encryption. However, there's a second very important piece as well, which is verified authentication. Downsides of the certificate authority system ...

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How can I bulk search Scallion XML output for easy to remember names?
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Generally the best approach is to determine what your desired name should look like and then use a tool to generate matches.

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Security of Tor bridges and Captcha
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1.Any captcha can be cracked through manual human labour 2. Government agencies have resources to perform massive amounts of human labour 3. Therefore any CAPTCHA cannot be used ispo facto we'...

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Security Risk or Not?
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and yet Tor doesn't appear to have any defense against this sort of thing. It would seem to me that the best thing to do would to be to block government agencies from using Tor all together, but yet ...

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If i download Tor will i keep my other browsers and be able to use them still?
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Yes. You will have added an additional browser, but it will not remove or otherwise affect your current browsers in any way.

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