Working on Tor is rewarding because:Link(via Deep Links)
* You can work your own hours in your own locations. As long as you get the job done, we don't care about the process.
* We only write free (open source) software. The tools you make won't be locked down or rot on a shelf.
* You will work with a world-class team of anonymity experts and developers on what is already the largest and most active strong anonymity network ever.
* The work you do could contribute to academic publications -- Tor development raises many open questions and interesting problems in the field of [WWW] Privacy Enhancing Technologies.
Tuesday, March 20, 2007
Students: get paid to hack TOR this summer!
EFF is recruiting student programmers to do paid work on the onion router (TOR) this summer -- this is a technology for anonymizing Internet connections. It's intended for use by people living in surveillance societies like China, Syria, and the average American high-school.