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0.2.0.4 Alpha (Aug 13, 2007)
I'm just an Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini Confused here. You see, I just started using Tor for the first time because of this very Review here on betanews so I don't know much about this product. Even after going to Tor's website and reading it I'm not 100% sure about how secure this really is nor how it exactly works. From my perspective, if I ran a Tor server to help out, my computer basically becomes the mask for the origional computer's Internet activity. sure I understand that each TCP request one Tor user makes goes to different Tor Server computers each time, but what if someone using a Tor client makes a TCP connection to download Child Porn off KaZaa and that child Porn was hosted on an FBI computer? So then it looks like I am the one downloading the g** d*** drop the soap, a** raping, prison bait.. am I wrong? I'm going install it anyways just so I can use P2P without fear of RIAA anyways.
-**** government civilian espionage
0.2.0.4 Alpha (Nov 5, 2007 - 7:08 AM)
i played nes on xbox years ago
0.2.0.4 Alpha (Nov 5, 2007 - 7:06 AM)
emulation will make this system live forever. emulators are readilly available. roms are easy to get on p2p
0.2.0.4 Alpha (Sep 21, 2007 - 7:37 PM)
did you know you could have also edited your message?
0.2.0.4 Alpha (Sep 20, 2007 - 2:57 PM)
ok so, I would think now would be a good time for Mr. Bill gates to just buy AMD, then buy twice as many fabs than intel has and then torment intel. i mean, he is the epitome of what a computer is for most people so why shouldn't he own a major processor industry who obviously can't push out the resources they depserately need that gates has infinit of. Intel need a competitor to continue making better processors, AMD doesn't look like it will make it so this is the only solution I have in my mind
0.2.0.4 Alpha (Sep 15, 2007 - 5:58 PM)
sweet, this group policy thing should fix that services.exe activity problem im having