are the older versions of tor broken by any chance, i hope backward compatibility will always be supported
ssltls: fairly well yes though it probably makes you less anonymous
less anon in what way ?
ssltls: depends how far back you go. which version are you wondering about?
anytime you are doing something different from the crowd, you risk losing anonymity
yes does any one know of a precompiled binary of tor for the iphone?
I want to create a new Tor hidden service on one server, then migrate it over to another server soon after whilst maintaining the .onion address Is all that is required is copying over the private_key file?
sounds good to me
arma, sorry just saw the response, it is 2.0.19 btw, i see tor.exe (i use command line without vidalia) is making many connecionts although i need only 1 circuit, why is that ?
well it talks to dir servers how many is many?
does any one know of a precompiled binary of tor for the iphone?
nope good idea though is 3g fast enough? how does it compare to other connectivity?
ipod touch actually so it would be over wifi
i can find the source but i ve never compiled native apps much less crosscompiled
Hi. I'm running vidalia on Ubuntu 9.10. It seems to be hanging on "connecting to tor" but the message log shows "bootstrapping complete." I'm not sure if this means I'm connected or if it's trying to do something else?
do you see messages about attempting to create circuits?
ssltls: there is no version 2.0.19 yet. You're probably talking about 0.2.0.19, and yes, that version still works. You should upgrade, however.
Goldstein: yah, it said it created the circuit. Goldstein: after I configured firehol to allow relay and setup my router, then configured tor as a relay and not jsut a client, everything seems to work fine.
shahn: ok, thanks anyone interested in hosting a slice / vm for me in return for me hosting one for them ? would be nice to have a network of slices too
What is such?
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hello is there any reason why Tor doesn't block irc exit by default? (this gets nodes listed in RBLs)
AstralStorm: yes, because many people like to use Tor for irc (see how many people use it here)
otoh other networks ban Tor nodes a major inconvenience - BOPM is mostly to blame
AstralStorm: it is unfortunate that many irc networks decide to block Tor exits, but so do many websites. Should Tor disallow http by default?
no hmmh there's no real way to avoid those scanners and the networks that use them they don't keep a list
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