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[liberationtech] Open Secure Telephony Network (OSTN)

Brian Conley brianc at smallworldnews.tv
Sat Jul 14 14:15:00 PDT 2012


Perhaps you didn't read to the bottom of the page where its noted as being
developed by the guardian project?

No doubt Nathan will chime in soon, but as I understand it us entirely open
source and as a beta tester I can say its been a great experience so far.
On Jul 14, 2012 1:45 PM, "ilf" <ilf at zeromail.org> wrote:

> Found this in HOPE 9 schedule:
>
> https://ostel.me/
>
> This service is a public testbed of the Open Secure Telephony Network
> (OSTN) project, with the goal of promoting the use of free, open protocols,
> standards and software, to power end-to-end secure voice communications on
> mobile devices, as well as with desktop computers. This service is in
> public beta. Calls placed throug the system are encrypted and authenticated
> between peers. It is continually being tested and improved to ensure the
> best possible security. Logging is minimal and work is being done to ensure
> no unecessary IP addresses are stored on disk.
>
> Again: Is the source public? Have there been reviews/audits? Jake? :)
>
> --
> ilf
>
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