[cryptography] The next gen P2P secure email solution

tpb-crypto at laposte.net tpb-crypto at laposte.net
Sun Jun 1 23:40:27 EDT 2014


I think frivolous stuff could wait some more ... but you can always bundle several connections by means of bonding interfaces.

I know it is not the best approach, but let's suppose you need to command a robot or conduct a surgery over p2p. Bonding a few openvpn connections together would do the trick.

> Message du 02/06/14 03:45
> De : "Cathal (phone)" 
> A : tpb-crypto at laposte.net, tpb-crypto at laposte.net, "grarpamp" , p2p-hackers at zim.maski.org
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> Objet : Re: [cryptography] The next gen P2P secure email solution
>

> What about streaming, which is increasingly used to hold power to account in real time? Or other rich, necessarily large media which needs to *get out fast*? Big media isn't always frivolous. Even frivolity is important, and a mixnet without fun is gonna be a small mixnet.
> 
> On 2 June 2014 02:33:56 GMT+01:00, tpb-crypto at laposte.net wrote:
> >> Message du 01/06/14 20:37
> >> De : "grarpamp" 
> >>
> >> In May 2014 someone wrote:
> >> >> > p2p is no panacea, it doesn't scale
> >> >>
> >> >> I believe it could. Even if requiring super aggregating
> >> >> nodes of some sort. Layers of service of the whole
> >> >> DHT space. More research is surely required.
> >> 
> >> > It is not possible to have fast p2p unless:
> >> > - Cable networks collaborate by increasing bandwidth 7 to 8 times
> >> 
> >> My references to scale were not intended to be about...
> >> bulk bandwidth across such networks (for example, right
> >> now, I2P and Tor are doing well enough to see very low
> >> quality video between their hidden nodes if you get a lucky
> >> path, and well enough for moving large files around in non
> >> realtime). ie: the nodes have bandwidth available.
> >> 
> >
> >We all wish privacy, not necessarily 4k videos. The current bandwidth
> >can provide for 4k videos and also privacy, no matter if a littler
> >slower, for a little chat, work and file transfers.
> >
> >Except if you are into media production or warez, the current bandwidth
> >already does the trick for all the rest.
> 
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