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Re: Remailer Abuse
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>See above. What's the difference between A-->B-->C-->B and A-->B-->C-->D ?
>If someone is logging messages and routing, it's less secure, but then so is
>the entire remailer system. Prime remailer operators are those who don't
>Maybe message size would tip off snoopers. This can be overcome with minor
>tweaking to existing remailer code by tacking on or or eliminating padding
>to messages. But logging still makes the whole system extremely vulnerable.
>=D.C. Williams <[email protected]>
Message size can best be handled by using a remailer which uses messages
which never change size. Mixmaster is now ready for testing.
It still does not run on Linux or FreeBSD. I don't know what else it does
run on. It works great on Sun machines with gcc.
Since it is export restricted, send me mail and I will send you the name of
the hidden directory to get the file.
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Lance Cottrell who does not speak for CASS/UCSD
PGP 2.6 key available by finger or server. Encrypted mail welcome.
Home page http://nately.ucsd.edu/~loki/
Home of "chain" the remailer chaining script.
For anon remailer info, mail [email protected] Subject: remailer-help
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