Tor on Rollitup

pacificarage

Well-Known Member
Anyone else tired of having to keep redoing Cloudfare's annoying captcha when using Tor to access Rollitup?

I sure the fuck am. haha
 

pacificarage

Well-Known Member
If you'd done your research, you would have known that the Freedom Hosting and SR takedowns had nothing to do with a security risk on Tor.
 

Ane Brosson

Member
It's true VPN is a good option.

The reason you're probably getting lots of capcha is probably because a lot of people on the same exit node as you are also accessing sites hosted on the rollitup server, appearing like automated requests.
 

Spittn4cash

Well-Known Member
If you'd done your research, you would have known that the Freedom Hosting and SR takedowns had nothing to do with a security risk on Tor.
are you saying that the FBI "spying on and taking down" multiple servers, hosts and websites (that are virtually impossible to trace on the tor network) had nothing to do with a security risk?

how do you explain it all?
 

TheGreenHornet

Well-Known Member
does anyone have any suggestions for where i can do some more reading on this subject? i have tor browser but dont use it for RIU anymore.
is RIU at significant risk of being hacked or monitored?
can anyone tell me how they go about getting personal info from hacking a site like this?
 

iamthecook

New Member
i have tons of experience with tor and the SR the only reason SR got taken down was because the past owners security measures were down because he was currently looks for more website admins, they launched a ddos attack and hit the website off and thats when they got into the SR. SR2 is completely safe and recently the government tried hitting it off again it resulted in the admins closing off all access to the website for 48 hours and then a 48 hour recovery after that all of your info is secure with tor and SR. the government didnt even use tor they replicated it so they could have a less secure browser while ddosing SR.
 

DroidBoy

Member
the 1 i have but hardly use is like an installer when u pay your 5 dollars for the month then u install the file, Input your pass and username and u can choose from multiple locations in the world it basically makes u look like you are in india when really u r in the uk they aint that safe what u want is a trully logless vpn they are the best
 

tyler.durden

Well-Known Member
Can you explain what a VPN is and how you go about running one.
I mainly use AirVpn, these guys are very serious about privacy. No logs kept. A VPN is a virtual private network, it's a small program where one is using the hosts' servers over an encrypted tunnel to access the internet. Your ip address is hidden, and so is all of your traffic, not even your ISP knows what you're doing. Since it is encrypted, anyone trying to view what you're doing, say over a public wifi spot like Starbucks, cannot see your activity. Make sure that your vpn keeps NO logs, and make sure it is off-shore as you can't trust US based companies that would need to comply with US laws. If they keep no logs, there is nothing to view or subpoena...
 

TakeTheTicket

Well-Known Member
If you'd done your research, you would have known that the Freedom Hosting and SR takedowns had nothing to do with a security risk on Tor.
FACT. Tor DOES work when setup properly and javascript and other plugins are not enabled. The people on Tor who have been busted either had Jscript enabled, gave away identifying information such as an email, or their software leaked their real IP. Busting a Tor USER is much harder than busting a Tor SITE. On a website there's so much code and setup options that could give away your identity. So yes pedo sites and The Silk Road got busted, but thats due to poor privacy/security practices, bad implementation, and bad code from what I've read.
 
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