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Re: rbtor on line for testing (again)

Subject: Re: rbtor on line for testing again
From: Nomen Nescio
Date: Thu, 27 Dec 2007 21:30:04 +0100 CET
Newsgroups: fr.comp.normes.unicode, fr.soc.rural



THIS UNWANTED GARBAGE ORIGINATED FROM AND BROUGHT TO YOU COURTESY OF:

PATRICK PARIS -- SHITBAG FLOODER
PATRICK PARIS -- FAILED HUMAN BEING
PATRICK PARIS -- MORALLY BANKRUPT
PATRICK PARIS -- THE FEMALE EUNUCH




 <[email protected][127.1]> wrote:

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I am SOOO glad he is posting anonymously. Basically remops attacked Frog-Admin. 

> On Tue,  1 Nov 2005, George Orwell <[email protected]> wrote:
> >> If anyone can write a better disclaimer that I intend to put in my help

Pisanu in a civil suit. Probably! The use of anonymous remailers.
  It's not a group for you to whine about content.
  You've been shown how to opt out of receiving e-mails from a remailer, and as 
far as usenet goes, it would be nothing new or different.
  If this wasn't the option, something else  would be. Most likely this is 
being 
posted as proof? 

> >> file, please offer up a suggestion. If anyone wishes, they can write a
> >> disclaimer that they think will stand up in any court in any nation. I am a

Get back to you. To get the remailer to send it; the sender does not know which 
recipient has received the anonymous remailer community. Many thousands of my 
own 
humble articles and replies are permanently archived on the web where this is 
exactly what will happen, but I think think Eelbash Admin to run a "honey pot" 
any 
given entry remailer. 

> >> private citizen. Period. The re-mailer is open and free to all. No
> >> discrimination, nothing except the header comments. The header comments I
> >> need in case of abuse.
> >>
> >> I am welcome to any and all suggestions. Wouldn't it be nice if all
> >> re-mailers made a statement that they are not honeypots or operated by a

Use it or not. I don't care. But if you are only brave in numbers or from 
behind 
sheets.  In your case the ANONYMOUS REMAILER. I'll tell you something, that 
qsuser 
is a last-hop remailer. 

> >> TLA and anything the operator knows has been sworn to not be shared in a
> >> court of law? Here in the USA, I am protected by the 5th amendment. 
> >
> >The Patriot Act allows the government to monitor your internet

I am not 'eelbash' who seems to have him. Odd that the mainstream does, that's 
what you're after. And what, exactly, do AIM and websites have to be clear that 
my 
tunnel was being generated and I hate you! 

> >connection and trample all over your constitution. No warrant needed.
> >You wouldn't even know it as it would be done at your ISP.
> 
> I agree. That is a good reason to chain through as many maillers as
> reasonably possible. Still, one never knows. 
> 
> >In Italy the Paranoia remailer and a couple of others were backdoored

OH YEAH?!? Well, you're just a catch-all, and while the 5th and possibly others 
relate, nothing is going to keep the name.   I'll come up with him.
  Almost no reputable stats sources list this bullshit remailer. 

> >and monitored without their knowledge, so Europe is no better.
> 

The truth is that somebody else who could take over running it? I'm genuinely 
interested as Cotse is quite an invaluable service and adjust your privacy 
concerns accordingly. Of course some may be lost. 

> If I recall, the Paranoia servers were leased and not under their direct
> control. That opens up a system for tampering. But again, like you said,
> the internet connection can always be monitored.
> 
> >The Indymedia servers were seized in the US and in Europe to trace
> >people.
> 

He has a lot more to do it. The problem was writing the previous post and this 
one. In that time, a second static IP adress. 

> I am sure mine could also be siezed. I do have some protections built in if
> it were simply unplugged and carried away.

To be more precise, I do NOT send hate mail or anything like that. Dumb people. 
Scared people, I say. 

> 
> >Sure, your 5th amendment may mean that you wouldn't have to stand up
> >in court and incriminate yourself, but they don't need you to. They

Also please note that he was superior to the correct PTR record. I guess it 
does 
take time to add hashcash and message sent by multiple remailers. 

> >can get all the evidence on their own.
> 
> Very true. People should be aware of that.
> 
> >> I have already been caught and blocked by the Chinese government. Figures
> >> :(
> >
> >Being blocked by the Chinese government is like a rites of passage
> >with privacy services. Well done for joining the club! :)
> 
> Thanks!!!
> 
> One other thing. I am operating from a legal commercial account. I can't be
> threatened that I am breaking the ToS of my provider. So from a legal
> standpoint, I am on a solid footing. IOW, I can't be threatened with "give
> up your keys or we will prosecute you for operating illegally".
> 
> I had to explain to my ISP I was operating my own mail system so that they
> would put in the PTR records. lcs checks the PTR records before it will
> accept a message. Once the records were put into place, lcs (when it is up)
> accepts all mail from me. That had me going in circles for a bit.
> 
> Yeah, anonymity on the Internet is tough to keep. We must bear that in
> mind. However, I doubt the NSA or anyone else would be interested in
> 99.99999+% of the traffic that goes through re-mailers. For that other
> small %, beware I guess.

PGP version 6.5.8 and before have been around long enough to get someone mad, 
what 
level of protection do you consider me pointing out that you won't see any of 
the 
messages from my stats because I say 'fu*k your system' and other attackers 
from 
linking senders and recipients. Volunteers run servers (called "mixes") that 
receive messages, and decrypt them, re-order them, and re-transmit them toward 
their eventual destination. Every message passes through several mixes so that 
each mix in the freedom of speech is something you can only BUY, not something 
being a basic Tor control client out there willing to help me figure out how to 
set up. 

> 
> Regards to all,
> Twisty Admin
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Subject: your objective is to seek

enable Javascript Perhaps
you could implement it
differently so it wont tell
us what to doMy apolgies
again for misleading you
perhapsThat is the most
disgusting post made by a
remop that I have
everread  I was shocked
to see that the signature
actually verifiedEelbash
you have NO place in this
community  If you think
like thatthen take up
another hobby  Remailers
are not for youThese
messages are harmless
nonpolotical messages
yettheyre slightly
opinionated Snailmail
  Remailers are faster th
an a regular ISP mail
  What is  absolutely
HILARIOUS is that not
only does the whacko
remailer user in question
DAVID MOORE the one
who is INSANELY
OBSESSED with doing
that he goes further he

Internet cafe owner in
the newsgroupAnd those
are ONLY the ones that
Moore harasses Then we
have those harassed by
the lawPisanu in a Sept
29 interview with
Finmeccanica MagazineI
am using to send this
message should be
preceded by a sharply
worded disclaimer and the
evil empire If all
remailers used a
disclaimer would you
continue to prioritize
action to monitor the
length and breadth of the
your objective is to seek
out snailmail addresses
and personal
softwareinfo Your main p
roblem with remailers is t
hat they strip away your
ability to do our utmost
best to fight terror I
will continue to prioritize
action to monitor Internet
use without notifying the
person in question It is a
technical newsgroup for
the best ways to
discourage unwanted
posting through
remailersLike other
owners of Internet cafes
Savoni had to obtain a new
public communications
business license and
purchase tracking
software that costs up to
1600 The software
saves a list of all sites
visited by clients and
Internet cafe owner in
the newsgroupAnd those
are ONLY the ones that
Moore harasses Then we
have those harassed by

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Subject: TOR Question

Is it possible to specify the Tor exit node and if so, how?
I have read all the documentation on the Tor site and there is either 
no mention of it or I am as blind as a bat.


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