Tor is set to launch public beta for new anonymous instant messaging service next month

Justin Kahn

TS Addict
The Tor Project is well known for its anonymous browsing software among other things, and now the group has a new messaging service in development. According to news from the Tor 2014 Winter Developers conference in Iceland, the service is...

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Fbarnett

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Tor is set to launch public beta for new anonymous instant messaging service next month. The need to be anonymous ? So you make phony messages?
 
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TOR making the distribution and discussion of Pedo porn safer for all creepy guys everywhere.
 

stansfield

TS Booster
Anything that prevents the NSA and GCHQ trying to access every little thing about our lives under the guise of preventing terrorism is to be welcomed. Control is the aim, not protection!!
 

Camikazi

TS Evangelist
Anything that prevents the NSA and GCHQ trying to access every little thing about our lives under the guise of preventing terrorism is to be welcomed. Control is the aim, not protection!!
The US Navy helped develop Tor, don't assume just cause the NSA has said that Tor is very anonymous and secure that it can't find a way in.
 

Underdog

TS Addict
Anything that prevents the NSA and GCHQ trying to access every little thing about our lives under the guise of preventing terrorism is to be welcomed. Control is the aim, not protection!!
The US Navy helped develop Tor, don't assume just cause the NSA has said that Tor is very anonymous and secure that it can't find a way in.
It is probable that the new supercomputer that the NSA is assembling will be able to crack ANY clever encryption or anonymising system we can come up with. That doesn't mean we shouldn't try to up our game and get back at least SOME of our freedom of speech, privacy, etc. Let's not make it easy for Big Brother to take over the world.
 

Camikazi

TS Evangelist
Anything that prevents the NSA and GCHQ trying to access every little thing about our lives under the guise of preventing terrorism is to be welcomed. Control is the aim, not protection!!
The US Navy helped develop Tor, don't assume just cause the NSA has said that Tor is very anonymous and secure that it can't find a way in.
It is probable that the new supercomputer that the NSA is assembling will be able to crack ANY clever encryption or anonymising system we can come up with. That doesn't mean we shouldn't try to up our game and get back at least SOME of our freedom of speech, privacy, etc. Let's not make it easy for Big Brother to take over the world.
I didn't say we should, I was just letting him know that something that was created by one of the branches of the US military might not exactly be the Fort Knox of anonymity they think it might be.
 

stansfield

TS Booster
Anything that prevents the NSA and GCHQ trying to access every little thing about our lives under the guise of preventing terrorism is to be welcomed. Control is the aim, not protection!!
The US Navy helped develop Tor, don't assume just cause the NSA has said that Tor is very anonymous and secure that it can't find a way in.
It is probable that the new supercomputer that the NSA is assembling will be able to crack ANY clever encryption or anonymising system we can come up with. That doesn't mean we shouldn't try to up our game and get back at least SOME of our freedom of speech, privacy, etc. Let's not make it easy for Big Brother to take over the world.
I didn't say we should, I was just letting him know that something that was created by one of the branches of the US military might not exactly be the Fort Knox of anonymity they think it might be.
I guess you're right, since these people use taxpayers(our) money to develop these encryption cracking systems, they don't have to worry about the expense but at least we can give them a run for their money!!!
 

psycros

TS Evangelist
Anything that prevents the NSA and GCHQ trying to access every little thing about our lives under the guise of preventing terrorism is to be welcomed. Control is the aim, not protection!!
The US Navy helped develop Tor, don't assume just cause the NSA has said that Tor is very anonymous and secure that it can't find a way in.
It is probable that the new supercomputer that the NSA is assembling will be able to crack ANY clever encryption or anonymising system we can come up with. That doesn't mean we shouldn't try to up our game and get back at least SOME of our freedom of speech, privacy, etc. Let's not make it easy for Big Brother to take over the world.
I didn't say we should, I was just letting him know that something that was created by one of the branches of the US military might not exactly be the Fort Knox of anonymity they think it might be.
I guess you're right, since these people use taxpayers(our) money to develop these encryption cracking systems, they don't have to worry about the expense but at least we can give them a run for their money!!!
Don't you mean "a run for OUR money"? :)

Hurray to TOR, hurray to anything that fights the NWO. Giving up all your freedom for a little security is NEVER a good deal. Remember, folks, we have a guy in the White House who has said to us without ANY ambiguity, "I will ignore the Constitution in order to control your lives; I WILL violate your civil and human rights to maintain power and support my globalist masters.". Welcome to Amerika, comrade.
 

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