Russia Wants to Expose Tor for Fun and Profit
Crack your knuckles, and get out your checkbooks, hackers! Russia is offering a $110,000 contract to the first person who can come up with a good way to discover the personal information of otherwise anonymous Tor users. But there’s a catch. The privilege of competing will cost you over $5,500.
Those people who say it can’t be done, should get out of the way of those people doing it.
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If you want to think about what the future of the Internet of Things (IoT) will look like, walk along Boston’s 400-year-old streets.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is trying to separate the Internet into fast and slow lanes responding to a letter sent last week by some of the U.S.’s biggest Internet businesses.
Our love speaks binary
As it travels to and from
Our love speaks TCP
Packets exchanging at light speed
Our love opens ports
80 and 443 please
Our love streams in HD
For the whole world to see
Our love uses Proxies,
Safe love is abound
Our love takes credit cards
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