[cryptography] GoldBug.sf.net - Secure Instant Messenger

Randolph D. rdohm321 at gmail.com
Sat Aug 3 22:50:25 EDT 2013

I think the RFC you mention is more a "reply" protocol, rather than an
"echo protocol" with a "total algorhytmus" utilized by this.
A RFC has to be written still. Anyone? It s still a good research project
for students.
The TTL seems to be replaced by bounces in the latest lib according to
And the homepage describes that all a little more, as to see. Did you read,
scroll and load the site with lots of text to the end?
the comparison table is interesting. Regards
2013/8/3 Jakob Bohm <jb-openssl at wisemo.com>

> 2013/8/1 Jakob Bohm <jb-openssl at wisemo.com mailto:jb-openssl at wisemo.com>**
>> GoldBug.sf.net <http://GoldBug.sf.net><http:/**/GoldBug.sf.net<http://GoldBug.sf.net>>-
>> Secure Instant Messenger
> You mean a protocol called "echo" which has nothing to do with the
> RFC862 standard echo protocol.
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