[tog] Torrent Security
schrodinger at konundrum.org
Mon Jul 1 23:01:09 IST 2013
Having received one or two comments to my email earlier I thought I
should be clear about something.
Talk about bit torrent related technologies until you are blue in the
face. I am quite a fan of bit torrent and the technology. I like to
However, my _opinion_ is that the sharing of bit torrent community
invites isn't, IMO, appropriate to this mailing list.
My opinion does not represent the Tog hackerspace!
On 2013/07/01 10:37, Schrodinger wrote:
> Hello Robert,
> This type of email isn't really appropriate to our mailing list.
> Thanks for the offer but in future can you refrain but sending this kind
> of email to our mailing list.
> If you're interested in data privacy Tog has hosted the Dublin
> Cryptoparty in the past, they have a mailing list.
> Just to note that while participating in private community trackers this
> does not mean that your Internet usage isn't all of a sudden protected
> or hidden. There are a number of factors that need to be considered.
> You have mentioned HTTP and HTTPS trackers. This is the *tracker* and
> the fact that SSL may or may not be used for the Bit Torrent announce.
> This does not mean that any encryption is used between the peers
> participaing within that trackers swarm. At the end of the day though
> bit torrent traffic is still rather easily identifiable by an ISP
> without needing to inspect the content of the data.
> I haven't personally tried BT Guard with http://legaltorrent.net/ so I
> do not know what the performance of the connection when proxying through
> them is like.
> Kind regards,
> On 2013/06/30 06:53, ROBERT KEOGH wrote:
> > Hi Toggers, as you are aware the Military Industrial Complex is in the first
> > steps of controlling the Internet, with SOPA etc.
> > The big Irish ISP’s are now blocking certain torrent sites, mostly open
> > trackers that they can track, from the start I have never used these public
> > trackers, for many reasons such as advertisements and hidden links etc.
> > I have at the moment 24 free Invites for these private trackers the only way to
> > get on these sites is with an invite?
> > These sites are community based and have no advertisements, you will need to
> > keep a Ratio of at least 1:1, but you do get a initial download allowance of
> > around 2GB, (you will be able to max out your internet connection of the sites
> > so if you have 100mbt upc you will be able to get 100mbt speed on 90% of
> > torrents.
> > If you cannot keep a good ratio for various reasons ( Please read the Rules of
> > said site), I will provide at cost price upload ratio to keep you going at 10
> > euro per Terabyte, that means you will have 1000 gigabytes of download
> > allowance but you will still need to seed torrents for 72 hours after download,
> > weather you actually upload anything or not.
> > There are 5 invites for the general site (HTTPS) and 19 invites for the HD site
> > (NON HTTPS), first come first serve, Please PM me with your e-mail address.
> > There is a service called BT Guard which will encrypt your downloads/uploads
> > with upto 2084bit security so your ISP cannot see what you are downloading and
> > they cannot traffic shape your connection.
> > Disclaimer: White torrent sites may have copyrighted material for download I
> > only download non copyrighted material, and I’d advise anyone taking an invite
> > to do the same.
> > Regards
> > Robert K
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