月曜日, 12月 31, 2007

Peace through Privacy





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It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds. —Samuel Adams

"We really haven't done everything we could to protect our customers ... Our products just aren't engineered for security." Brian Valentine Senior Vice President of the Windows Division, 05/09/02

" There's no reason to treat software any differently from other products. Today Firestone can produce a tire with a single systemic flaw and they're liable, but Microsoft can produce an operating system with multiple systemic flaws discovered per week and not be liable. This makes no sense, and it's the primary reason security is so bad today. "
-- Bruce Schneier, Cryptogram, 16/04/2002.

3 Comments:

Anonymous craSH said...

Tor's pretty cool, but It'd be nice if they took the advice of some bright people in the community and went to UDP, but it's doing alright in either case.

I love the idea, and the community's not too bad either, I try and help out with the project in little bits, by running a Tor server and hanging out in their IRC channel (#Tor on irc.oftc.net)

I don't really know anything about Freenet, so I definitly wouldn't say that the protocol used is the only difference, if I even got that information correct.

Rock on, anonymity!
http://tor.neg9.org/

11:01 午後  
Anonymous 匿名 said...

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12:13 午後  
Anonymous 匿名 said...

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12:15 午後  

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