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Rendez-Vous - Agora des Directeurs Juridiques. Jean marc manach (@manhack) La vie privée, un problème de vieux cons ? Le livre. What Was Silk Road? Refresh Your Memory as Ross Ulbricht Goes to Trial. Ross Ulbricht’s trial for his alleged role as “Dread Pirate Roberts,” the owner of the shadowy online market place Silk Road, is scheduled to begin Tuesday.

What Was Silk Road? Refresh Your Memory as Ross Ulbricht Goes to Trial

Ulbricht was indicted last year for operating the site, which allowed users to buy and sell drugs anonymously. He was charged with narcotics conspiracy, engaging in criminal enterprise, conspiracy to commit computer hacking and money laundering conspiracy. As part of the indictment, Ulbricht is accused of running the website on “The Onion Router,” concealing IP addresses and hiding the locations of Bitcoin transmissions. If all that sounds complicated, that’s because it is. Shortly after Ulbricht’s arrest, TIME’s Lev Grossman and Jay Newton-Small profiled Silk Road and the world in which it operated. On the afternoon of Oct. 1, 2013, a tall, slender, shaggy-haired man left his house on 15th Avenue in San Francisco. Read the rest of the story, here in the TIME Vault: The Deep Web. Plongée dans l'Internet criminel.

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Plongée dans l'Internet criminel

Sous la partie émergée d'Internet, loin, très loin dans les profondeurs de la Toile, se cache un monde interlope dont le commun des internautes ignore tout, où jamais il ne descendra. Dans ces bas-fonds du Web, tout se négocie le plus discrètement du monde et les accroches commerciales ne font pas dans la nuance. Savez-vous « éviscérer un voisin sans en gâter la viande » ? Connaissez-vous les plus insoupçonnables associations médicamenteuses pour condamner vos ennemis au silence éternel ? The 7 Privacy Tools Essential to Making Snowden Documentary CITIZENFOUR.

What needs to be in your tool belt if you plan to report on a massively funded and ultra-secret organization like the NSA?

The 7 Privacy Tools Essential to Making Snowden Documentary CITIZENFOUR

In the credits of her newly released CITIZENFOUR, director Laura Poitras gives thanks to a list of important security resources that are all free software. We've previously written about CITIZENFOUR and Edward Snowden's discussion of his motivation to release closely guarded information about the NSA.

Here's a closer look at the seven tools she names as helping to enable her to communicate with Snowden and her collaborators in making the film. Tor Tor is a collection of privacy tools that enables users to mask information about who they are, where they are connecting to the Internet, and in some cases where the sites they are accessing are located. Tails One of the most robust ways of using the Tor network is through a dedicated operating system that enforces strong privacy- and security-protective defaults.

This is what a Tor Supporter looks like: Laura Poitras. The first thing that Laura Poitras has to say about Tor is that she couldn’t have made Citizenfour without it.

This is what a Tor Supporter looks like: Laura Poitras

“There’s no way I would have been able to protect the initial source without using Tor,” she says. Darknet. Web profond. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.

Web profond

Ne doit pas être confondu avec darknet. Ne pas confondre[modifier | modifier le code] Ressources profondes[modifier | modifier le code] Les robots d'indexation sont des programmes utilisés par les moteurs de recherche pour parcourir le web. On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog. Peter Steiner's cartoon, as published in The New Yorker History[edit] Peter Steiner, a cartoonist and contributor to The New Yorker since 1979,[6] said the cartoon initially did not get a lot of attention, but later took on a life of its own, and that he felt similar to the person who created the "smiley face".[1] In fact, Steiner was not that interested in the Internet when he drew the cartoon, and although he did have an online account, he recalled attaching no "profound" meaning to the cartoon; it was just something he drew in the manner of a "make-up-a-caption" cartoon.[1]

On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog

L’internet et les « pédo-nazis » : le best of. J'en avais rêvé, Stéfan l'a fait : sur son blog, 36 15 ma vie, il a compilé une dizaine de reportages passés aux JT de France Télévision dans les années 90, qu'il a débusqué dans les archives de l'Ina et qui tous présentent l'internet comme un repère de pédophiles, de nazis, de trafiquants de drogue et de médicaments, de terroristes aussi.

L’internet et les « pédo-nazis » : le best of

Bref, de pédo-nazis, comme on avait fini par les surnommer en cette fin de siècle dernier. Au risque de choquer certains : non seulement c'est (bien évidemment très -très très- exagéré), mais c'est tant mieux, et on aurait tort de s'en priver, pour la simple et bonne raison que le fait qu'ils se montrent permet, aussi, de les débusquer (voir aussi le billet que j'avais déjà écrit à ce sujet : Les pédophiles sont sur le Net. Nous aussi. Et tant mieux.). Pedonazi. Onion Routing: Our Sponsors. This research was supported in part at NRL's Center for High Assurance Computer Systems (CHACS) by: Office of Naval Research (ONR), Basic R&D work in addition to support for the coding of all generation systems (0,1, and 2).

Onion Routing: Our Sponsors

Support for deployment of generation 2 (Tor) testbed and open source development site. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), High Confidence Networking Program, and Fault Tolerant Networks Program Support for system performance assessments and system improvements. Support for robustness, survivability, traffic management, and congestion control. NRL 6.2 Initiatives General Onion Routing development, Operation of the generations 0 and 1 Testbed Onion Routing Networks.

Historical page reflecting as of 2005, not regularly maintained. Almost Everyone Involved in Developing Tor was (or is) Funded by the US Government. “The United States government can’t simply run an anonymity system for everybody and then use it themselves only.

Almost Everyone Involved in Developing Tor was (or is) Funded by the US Government

Because then every time a connection came from it people would say, “Oh, it’s another CIA agent.” If those are the only people using the network.” —Roger Dingledine, co-founder of the Tor Network, 2004 In early July, hacker Jacob Appelbaum and two other security experts published a blockbuster story in conjunction with the German press. They had obtained leaked top secret NSA documents and source code showing that the surveillance agency had targeted and potentially penetrated the Tor Network, a widely used privacy tool considered to be the holy grail of online anonymity. Internet privacy activists and organizations reacted to the news with shock.

But the German exposé showed Tor providing the opposite of anonymity: it singled out users for total NSA surveillance, potentially sucking up and recording everything they did online. “A branch of the U.S. NSA? Anonymity Online. Tor and HTTPS. <p>Please enable Javascript in your browser if you want this to be interactive.

Tor and HTTPS

Who uses Tor? Tor was originally designed, implemented, and deployed as a third-generation onion routing project of the Naval Research Laboratory. It was originally developed with the U.S. Navy in mind, for the primary purpose of protecting government communications. Today, it is used every day for a wide variety of purposes by the military, journalists, law enforcement officers, activists, and many others.

Here are some of the specific uses we've seen or recommend. Making Connections to Facebook more Secure. 'Tor Stinks' presentation – read the full document. Partir en mission avec son téléphone, sa tablette ou son ordinateur portable. AMA: search results - darknet.