Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #16659, comment 5


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  • Ticket #16659, comment 5

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    11OK so if I understand correctly, the Tor's protocol inside the OpenSSL encryption layer never sends TCP ISNs or any other timestamps past the guard node.
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    3 Wouldn't Tor (and any application) that operates on top of a Linux host's TCP Layer 3 still leak this information through no fault of their own?
     3Wouldn't Tor (and any application) that operates on top of a Linux host's TCP Layer 3 still leak this information through no fault of their own? The clock information would be embedded in the lower layer (encapsulating TCP packets) observable in the local (non-anonymized) connection from client to Guard node.
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    55Diagram: