posted on Nov, 20 2016 @ 11:33 PM
originally posted by: CraftBuilder
originally posted by: justneo
... but tor has been compromised for a while now.
Google, who created tor and it says.
"The core principle of Tor, "onion routing", was developed in the mid-1990s by United States Naval Research Laboratory employees, mathematician Paul
Syverson and computer scientists Michael G. Reed and David Goldschlag, with the purpose of protecting U.S. intelligence communications online."
Do you really think in 20 or so years the "Government" agencies
Haven't figured out a "back door" in tor. If they already haven't had one from the beginning?
Think about it for a second.
They created it with the intentions of hiding their information you'd think the creators of the system would be the only ones to know how to "crack"
the system. And Even if they built it with the intentions of it not being able to be cracked, look at the advancement of computer technology that we
get to enjoy as a society and then realise what kind of computer technology the Government would use in this day and age, you still really think tor
hasn't been compromised?
I think Crypto currency is a different story however although I'm not all that familiar with how it works but I would think that it's the reason
purchases are untraceable when it comes to the combination of tor and using Bitcoin together,
but correct me if I'm wrong about that.