Email tapping by ISPs, forwarder addresses, and crypto proxies
camera_lumina at hotmail.com
Sun Jul 18 10:13:26 PDT 2004
"At times of 10 GBit Ethernet, OC192 data rate doesn't seem all that
Well, as it turns out the 10GbE standard has a few flavors, and one of them
uses a 'lite' version of OC-192 framing. So for all intents and purposes,
consider them the same data rate.
>From: Eugen Leitl <eugen at leitl.org>
>To: "J.A. Terranson" <measl at mfn.org>, cypherpunks at al-qaeda.net
>Subject: Re: Email tapping by ISPs, forwarder addresses, and crypto proxies
>Date: Sun, 18 Jul 2004 14:46:10 +0200
>On Sun, Jul 18, 2004 at 06:13:49AM -0500, J.A. Terranson wrote:
> > A NIC? You gotta realize that we're talking about mesh circuits here:
> > OC3-OC48 trunks, OC192 backbones... This is no small job. A mom/pop or
>At times of 10 GBit Ethernet, OC192 data rate doesn't seem all that
>A standard 1U Dell should have enough crunch to just filter out the
>plain text packets of a 1 GBps Ethernet line.
> > midsized regional maybe you could do this - you know, the guy with a
> > a dozen DS3s.
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