Can anonymizing techniques make you less anonymous?



There's a recent report in the news of a Harvard student who emailed in a bomb threat so as to postpone year-end exams. According to the report, he carefully covered his tracks using the best technology he knew about: he used a throw-away email account, and only accessed it over TOR. It turns out that this last point -- using TOR to send his email -- is what made him easy to find. Officials simply searched Harvard's logs for anyone who had recently accessed the TOR network, which led them dire

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