What do /g/ think of tails? From someone who knows very little of security I think it's pretty cool but wanna know what you guys think. Do you use it? Alternatives?
At this point, the list is a badge of honor.
It means that at some point, you tried to fight the botnet.
>he thinks we aren't all on a list for visiting a Threat to National Security site 4chan
>just researching linux probably puts you on some "Security-Aware" list
I haven't tried it myself, but it's one of the best tools that we've got to fight the botnet. I personally wouldn't use it because of how much of an inconvenience it would be. One inconvenience being that I won't be able to browse 4chins because Jewt has blocked most of the tor exit relays, and Google will bug me for a captcha every time I want to look up something.
Yeah DDG even has a hidden service site for maximum security (because traffic isn't exiting the tor network). I tried DDG but the results are dogeshit. Startpage is pretty good but it lacks a lot of the functionality that Google and DDG has, namely including Images in the search and what-not.
>doesn't know that CP is actually a very small percentage of hidden service traffic
Yeah a lot of it is other dodgy traffic like botnet traffic from botnet operators to securely access their bots, but as far as Tor being some sort of Cheese Pizza fiesta, it just does not add up.
posting sensitive data that needs to be seen but could ruin your life
things that are illegal for reasons you dont agree with
fighting oppressive regimes by setting up secure, anonymous communication network
supplying internet for people under fascist governments that censor/completely restrict internet
Online libraries of ebooks, whistleblower sites, political dissidents' blogs, accessing Facebook securely (albeit pseudo-anonymously) through Facebook's hidden service, bypassing draconian firewalls in schools and corporations.