Changes between Version 62 and Version 63 of faq


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Oct 18, 2010 3:03:03 PM (9 years ago)
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    8888   * Inproxies are services which allow users from the regular internet to have a look into the anonymous network of I2P. So ... the opposite of this is an outproxy. An Outproxy allows you to visit websites of the regular internet through the anonymous network of I2P.
    8989   * Is it safe? It depends on what you are doing with it. Never use an insecure connection (http w/out "s") to send private data like passwords. The operator of an outproxy could log your information if he wanted to. You don't know what happens with your information which leaves the I2P net through an outproxy. In I2P your connections are safe with encryption of your data. At the outproxy your information will be decrypted and sent out unencrypted to the regular internet.
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     91 * __Will I2P ever have a backdoor?__
     92   * No.
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    9194 * __Steganography rants__