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[liberationtech] Group needs a 'secure' and 'anonymous' means to communicate

Marcin de Kaminski marcin.dekaminski at
Fri Jan 6 08:13:00 PST 2012

liberationtech at skrev 2012-01-06 16.18:
> On Fri, Jan 06, 2012 at 01:14:51PM +0000, email at wrote 1.5K bytes in 35 lines about:
> : Does anyone know of any useful services/methods to set up
> : temporary/disposable 'secure' and 'anonymous' online chat rooms?
> It depends what security you want. I've been experimenting with jitsi,
>, as it has OTR and ZRTP built in and automatically
> enabled. text, voice, and video chats are automatically encrypted with
> zero input from the user. This protects the transport of info between people.
> As for jitsi itself, I don't believe the software is resistant to attack
> and it could probably use a good security audit. 
> And it does work over Tor if you want transport anonymity.
> Other means to accomplish your goals are to use piratepads,,
> or gobby (collab doc editing, chat, and filesharing).
Just a note, most Etherpad clones does not hide your IP while working.
Piratepad, Telecomix pad and certainly some other have that feature though.



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