On 02/12/2014 02:56 PM, Calvin Morrison wrote: > I would be VERY wary of using anything but tor distributed tools. > > Does tork use the tor from upstream? > > They frequently release security and bug fixes which are critical for this type > of network > > If so, awesome! If not and tde is using an outdated tor library we should drop it > Tork is simply a wrapper that uses both Tor and Privoxy upstream versions (they are dependencies) So -- Awesome! The only issue I've found with it so far is the anonymous mail that relies on mixminion doesn't work due to mixminion no longer building. (it's python and I'm sure it's a simple fix, but it's python) Actually it builds, but the test.py post build fails due to 'invalid syntax'? So I went into building this package with the intent of saying "drop-it", but after building and messing with it, it does what it advertises and uses upstream libs, so I have to say -- keep it. -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.