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[liberationtech] Jacob Appelbaum's Ultrasurf Report

Michael Rogers michael at briarproject.org
Thu May 10 15:20:52 PDT 2012


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On 27/04/12 09:10, Roger Dingledine wrote:
> So oversimplifying a bit, we thought we had a choice between "high 
> security, high latency" and "low security, low latency". But the
> trouble is that while Mixminion's design can provide more safety in
> theory, it needs the users before it can provide this safety in
> practice. Without enough users sending messages to mix with, high
> and variable latency by itself doesn't cut it.

Hi Roger,

Does the Mixminion protocol make it possible to send a message through
the network that (intentionally) has the sender's address intact when
it emerges from the network?

I'm wondering whether it would be possible to write a Thunderbird
extension that would route all the user's email through Mixminion to
provide cover traffic for anonymous senders.

Cheers,
Michael
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