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wgreenhouse
erdbeer: not many, and tor does not yet try to do use their ipv6 addresses by default
JacobHenner
Does the Tor DNS resolver (used when DNSPort is enabled) validate IPv6 addresses (in AAAA records) to ensure that they are publicly routable addresses before returning them?
Ah, actually it's probably related to VirtualAddrNetworkIPv6
scrambler_l
hi people
link for deeplab?
i'm going on job travel to brasil next week
will be testing tor network from there
JacobHenner
Better question, is there a way to get the Tor DNS resolver (when DNSPort is enabled) to resolve AAAA entries for fc00:: prefixes
Guest2379
anyone here use mixmaster?
TORques
the static tor (all libs included) win32 mingw latest overnight build: test-bt-cl.exe crashed (This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way. Please contact the application's support team for more information.). all other tests OK. I saw there are some tickets about this problem. any hint?
Tor v0.2.7.2-alpha-dev running on Windows XP with Libevent 2.0.22-stable, OpenSSL 1.0.2d and Zlib 1.2.8.
all libs are built from source and was tested
kernelcorn
why are you running Tor on XP?
XP is horribly outdated and no longer supported
TORques
i have to upgrade my ancient PC for performance
and i have a better privacy on XP than win10
whitanne_
you could have even more privacy using TempleOS
         

TORques
what linux is better for developing
whitanne_
all of them
TORques
i think ubuntu is more user friendly but debian is better documented on web for developing
i built a static tor (1.38 MB stripped and UPXed) for better performances on bench.exe and to get rid of that bunch of DLL's
kernelcorn
TORques: most people use Ubuntu, Debian, or Fedora. I'm on Mint. Whichever floats your boat, really.
I prefer to develop on Ubuntu or a derivative and then deploy to Debian
TORques
anyway, the kernel is the same in all linux distributions
on the linux official page they say debian is better for servers and ubuntu for laptops
whitanne_
bsd or nothing
velope
OS debates in #nottor, nothing in #tor
TORques
ok
<velope>: do you know why test-bt-cl.exe crash when tested?
velope
no
TORques
I made some search but i didn't found and answer
Peng
maybe because XP
TORques
there are tickets about same problem from other OS
velope
if it bothers you that much, help work on debugging it
TORques
test-bt-cl.exe assert -> [err] tor_assertion_failed_(): Bug: test_bt_cl.c:42: crash: Assertion 1 == 0 failed; aborting. (on Tor 0.2.7.2-alpha-dev )
test-bt-cl.exe crash -> Unhandled exception at 0x00401404 in test-bt-cl.exe: 0xC0000005: Access violation writing location 0x00000000. - EAX 00000000 - 00401404 mov dword ptr [eax],0
test-bt-cl.exe none -> -158318
i don't know how to debugging assembly code
it looks this test is made to fail
IDrinkMilk
exit question to anyone who can answer: is there any harm in disallowing any and all unencrypted traffic from an exit? my main concerns are more ftp/irc/mail rather than http, mostly for TBB users
Peng
Is there any benefit?
IDrinkMilk
no benefits that i can see aside from eliminating a wiretapping allegation
mostly asking this question to clear up a misconception before i write a post somewhere :)
finding
kernelcorn, how did you check your SMTP AUTH System
wgreenhouse, What if mine don't support TLS_ECDHE?
kernelcorn
finding: put your email provider's hostname into https://sslanalyzer.comodoca.com/ followed by ":465"
it's the only online scanner that I've found that supports non-standard SSL ports
finding
kernelcorn, but my provider says use STARTTLS
and I use pop 995 dedicated for uhmm fetching emails
and SMTP - STARTTLS 587 for sending them
         

kernelcorn
I'm not sure. From what I understand, TLS is superior to StartTLS
finding
but sir
TLS is webmail only
IDrinkMilk
you want starttls for SMTP, no way around it
kernelcorn
no, you can connect to SMTP over SSL
finding
TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384 = Enabled
kernelcorn
finding
my question is does Evolution use TLS_ECDHE?
in Debian 8, I know its openSSL supports it
kernelcorn
then it probably does
I suppose you could open up wireshark and find out
finding
but their webmail don't :/
their webmail is just TLS_RSA_AES_256_SHA
kernelcorn
fail
finding
owing to the software they are using Usermin
hehe
I don't use webmail at all :)
Usermin don't support EC/DHE yet is from what I understand, I have helped them improved TLS security but they say on Webmail it is the best they can do owing to the software
but - SSLLabs.com gives them A-
how come?
velope
let's take the non-tor stuff to the #nottor channel
finding
oh
sorrt
ndnd
hi
who can help me about tor
finding
ndnd, What do you want?
ndnd
i down load the tor
and email to get bridge
but tor display failed
i com from china
can you help me
kernelcorn
ndnd: you will need a bridge, China blocks Tor
so you got bridges via email?
have you added them to the Tor Browser via the prompt that you see when the Tor Browser starts?
ndnd
i got three bridges from torproject
kernelcorn
ok
ndnd
yes
yes,i done it above
kernelcorn
what do you mean the Tor display failed?
I don't understand what your problem is
ndnd
Tor no link
kernelcorn
so, you have bridges, have you downloaded the Tor Browser?
ndnd
yes
kernelcorn
so, are you saying then that the Tor Browser fails to start?
what's the exact error or issue that you see?
Zax
Guest2379: If you want help with Mixmaster, PM me and I'll try to help.
ZVNTI
velope it is your time to relieve your position as channel op
WBSW
velope it is your time to relieve your position as channel op
LCLSW
velope it is your time to relieve your position as channel op
FZHGNCB
velope it is your time to relieve your position as channel op
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