Changes between Version 272 and Version 273 of doc/TorBOX/Dev


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Mar 4, 2012, 10:30:19 PM (6 years ago)
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proper
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answer "Question about ApplicationWarningsAndNotes > Identity correlation through circuit sharing"

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    5151 * (anonymous) Maybe we'll see this getting fixed soon: ubuntu.5.n6.nabble.com/Re-The-following-packages-cannot-be-authenticated-td1817427.html I couldn't get  Max-ValidTime to only apply to security updates. apt.conf syntax is the most awful thing I've ever seen for a config file. We can only apply this setting to security, and update repos, the release repos don't get updated after release (i.e. it complains "invalid since 139d"). However I can't figure out how to do that, I can only set Max-ValidTime for all "Ubuntu" repos, or none. The problem is the way they handle the "Label" in releases ([http://security.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/oneiric-security/Release Ubuntu] vs [http://security.debian.org/debian-security/dists/stable/updates/Release Debian]). The only option that works so far is disabling stable repos in source. This should mean we still get security fixes but one can't install new software via apt-get. (But one can still install new software if it has been updated since release, and doing so I got some scary warnings about missing verification). Messy stuff, I don't see how we can offer a reliable workaround, we'll have to wait for upstream - or change upstream.
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    53 = Question about ApplicationWarningsAndNotes > Identity correlation through circuit sharing =
     53= Question about ApplicationWarningsAndNotes > Identity correlation through circuit sharing [OPEN] =
    5454 * recent edit at: https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/TorBOX/ApplicationWarningsAndNotes?action=diff&version=35 [[BR]]
    5555   I don't understand what you mean with "redirect (...) to another workstation". Also how should a local dns server provide protection against correlation. You'd still run a single instance that multiple clients share.
     56 * (proper) Thanks for pointing me to it. Yes, that's hard to describe. I added a new more sentences. Hopefully it's now more clear. Perhaps I should have discussed this before and tested it before. The mailing list implies that different SocksPort offer different circuits. I hope the same is valid for TransPort.
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    5758== SELinux AppArmor grsecurity [OPEN] ==