From: Bernhard Kuemel <bernhard@bk...> - 2009-01-01 13:09:45
Colin Tuckley wrote:
> With the advent of Tor systems remailers are not used much any more. There
> are also so many exploits published that they can't really be considered as
> safe as they once were, partly because there are not enough remailers operating.
Hmm, do you mean exploits that attack anonymity. I thought of setting up
a remailer. Is it still worth it? I thought, tor was less secure because
it keeps connections open and in both directions.
Or do you mean exploits that allow hackers to gain access to servers
running mixmaster? In that case we should remove mixmaster from
From: Colin Tuckley <colin@tu...> - 2009-01-01 23:00:57
Bernhard Kuemel wrote:
> Hmm, do you mean exploits that attack anonymity.
> I thought of setting up a remailer. Is it still worth it?
I think so, the more that are running the more secure things will be.
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