The New Yorker Launches Strongbox, Online Tool To Provide Writers And Editors Anonymity, Co-created By Aaron Swartz
The New Yorker is the first ever organization to fully implement a Tor-based system called Strongbox which is an online tool created to provide anonymity to writers and editors, especially the ones working in the field of investigative journalism.
Strongbox will help people (or whistleblowers) to submit important documents and information to journalists who will, in turn, offer them complete anonymity and protection. It has been created by former black hat hacker Kevin Poulsen and Reddit developer Aaron Swartz who died in January this year.
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