Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #18361, comment 28


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Feb 22, 2016, 11:59:54 AM (3 years ago)
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  • Ticket #18361, comment 28

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    1313> We rolled out special handling of the TOR network so that users should not see a CAPTCHA on a circuit change.
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    15 This has never worked, and I say that as someone who uses the Tor Browser Bundle every day.
     15This has never worked, and I say that as someone who uses the Tor Browser Bundle every day and has for years.
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    1818>We also changed the CAPTCHA to the new one since the old was serving very hard to handle text CAPTCHAs to TOR users.
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    20 You should know that the CAPTCHA still works about 1 in 20 times in my experience, and that hasn't changed at all after you switched to the "new one."
     20You should know that the CAPTCHA still works about 1 in 20 times in my experience, and that didn't change at all after you switched to the "new one."
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    2222> The crypto guys who work for me are interested in blinded tokens as a way to solve both the abuse problem and preserve anonymity.
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    24 That's nice but you're still completely censoring my use of your customer's websites all day every day.
     24That's a nice thought, but you're still completely censoring my use of your customer's websites 95% of the time all day every day and wasting my time during the 5% of times your system 'works'.
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    3232> So, I'm interested in hearing about technical ways to resolve these problems. Are there ways to reduce the amount of abuse through TOR? Could TorBrowser implement a blinded token scheme that would preserve anonymity and allow a Turing Test?
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    34 You clearly don't understand the clearly articulated problem as it as described, and if you expect people to solve your team's inability to implement a censorship system, I hope you find the help you need.
     34You clearly don't understand the clearly articulated problem as it was described, and if you expect people to solve your team's inability to implement a censorship system for you, I hope you find the help you need.