Hidden service persistent connections (Traffic Analysis)

Punk punks at tfwno.gf
Mon May 20 19:37:13 PDT 2019

On Tue, 21 May 2019 11:41:25 +1000
jamesd at echeque.com wrote:

> This, of course, requires that you trust the operator of the great big 
> pile, who knows where an opaque block came from and where it is going 
> to, so you need multiple piles, and stuff gets distributed from pile to 
> pile.

	are you reinventing freenet? 

> For automated interactions, like the dark web selling cocaine, you would 
> send a request, and much later a form would be in your inbox, like email 
> with emails running javascript in a sandbox.

	AHAHA YES! Send javashit malware through email. We haven't reached that bottom yet, but we will. But it's 'sandboxed' malware!!! yeah right. 

	you are obviously correct about one thing though : important messages (not jewtube garbage) need their own batched mixing network. 

>  When you eventually got 
> around to working your through your inbox, you would fill out the form, 
> hit send, and eventually get a possibly automated response.
> Last I heard, javascript in email was not properly sandboxed, and 
> represents a massive security hole.

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