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[liberationtech] OTR via jabber.ccc.de (and TOR?)
ali at packetknife.com
Sun Apr 8 22:46:40 PDT 2012
There is information about your contacts or offline (cached) messages and
if you initiate transfers between each other directly. Data that isn't
required for the actual use isn't logged, the statistics gathered otherwise
anonymous but you can ask more details at the Twitter (
https://twitter.com/#!/jabbercccde). The Twitter also has more information,
the Tor hidden service address, and they respond to questions there often
when they were asked.
And I guess the best way I can answer the Pidgin question is that it's
more-or-less the best overall option in this combination w/ Tor/SOCKS/I2P
.. it's not always pretty but nothing better has come to ~my~ attention.
On Mon, Apr 9, 2012 at 01:24, Douglas Lucas <dal at douglaslucas.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> My first post here. I really enjoy reading this list!
> Since the jabber.ccc.de privacy page http://web.jabber.ccc.de/?page_id=5is in German, I can't read most of it. I don't want to rely on Google
> Translate for this!
> If I plan to use OTR via the jabber.ccc.de server and want to remain
> pseudonymous, what should I know about the storage of user information (not
> counting storage on my local machine)? In this case the IM content would be
> encrypted via OTR, but there is other information as well, such as,
> particularly, the user's IP address.
> Finally, a Google search for "pidgin site:torproject.org" turns up a lot
> of bug reports. Does Pidgin work well with TOR or not?
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