[cryptography] Potential funding for crypto-related projects
michael at briarproject.org
Tue Jul 2 08:25:38 EDT 2013
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On 01/07/13 01:55, Jacob Appelbaum wrote:
> It is also why we have multiple implementations as well. There is a
> Java version of Tor that is nearly ready for release and it will
> solve a number of the C implementation concerns and exchange them
> for Java related concerns. There are a few other Tor
> implementations in the wild, each serving an interesting subset of
> users. Diversity is important.
This is great news! Has someone brought one of the existing Java
implementations up to speed with the C implementation, or is there a
new one in the works?
> I feel OK about not having another layer of crypto on top of a Tor
> HS but in your protocol's case, I'd encourage you to use Stealth
> Hidden Services - so at least then the only people connecting are
> the ones who are cryptographically authenticated in some manner.
Are there any docs on running a stealth hidden service?
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