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22.214.171.124 (Dec 22, 2008)
obviously you should learn to read better, TOR is a safe secure way to surf the web anonymously, yes there does exist a couple of vulnerabilities to it, but the circumstances to which an attacker would need to achieve to take advantage of those vulnerabilities are so complex that it would take a very dedicated attacker with a real need to see what your doing to achieve anything.
You know you shouldn't post on these boards because you never know what your talking about, I use TOR now and then and it works just as advertised.
In summary, IGNORE HAL9000 he/she has not taken the time to educate himself/herself about the product, and TOR does work and work just as expected, but if your worried about vulnerabilities in the TOR network then READ and EDUCATE yourself about those vulnerabilities and you'll be a better person for it.
126.96.36.1999 (Dec 14, 2006)
Once bitten twice shy:
There are free products out there that do the job just fine, I'd be wary about a company that gets into bed with the very thing it's product is supposed to get rid of!!!
188.8.131.529 (Aug 22, 2005 - 7:24 PM)
You mean like how MS blasted Lindows for having a name too much like Windows? or how MS tried to enforce that others couldn't call rectangular objects wich can contain information Windows, hmm looks to me like this is just a move to put things in order, a little too late? Maybe, but a required step to stop the bigger fish pushing in on the turf later? absolutely.
Linus doesn't strike me as someone to just go blindly rushing in, but maybe someone who has tried to put this off so he can get on with better things.