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by AnonymousLife
Sat Nov 26, 2011 3:05
Forum: Development and new features
Topic: Keylogger Protection
Replies: 10
Views: 12145

Re: Keylogger Protection

They write Because KeyScrambler is located in the kernel, deep in the operating system, it is difficult for keyloggers to bypass the encryption. Sounds to me like Snake-Oil actually. I mean, if I have a good keylogger it will definitely be in the kernel space as well and if so why not at a deeper l...
by AnonymousLife
Tue Nov 15, 2011 20:29
Forum: Development and new features
Topic: Keylogger Protection
Replies: 10
Views: 12145

Re: Keylogger Protection

I noticed the keyscrambler add-on will not work on jondofox or Aurora (Tor) but only regular Firefox.
by AnonymousLife
Tue Nov 15, 2011 19:41
Forum: Development and new features
Topic: Keylogger Protection
Replies: 10
Views: 12145

Keylogger Protection

Has anyone considered creating a software for keylogger protection? Mix encryption is great but if there are keyloggers (on your computer or virtual ones) it does little for privacy. One could include a keylogger software to be built in with the Jondo client (for online protection). Or maybe the sof...
by AnonymousLife
Tue Nov 08, 2011 18:48
Forum: Conceptual questions and discussions
Topic: Jondonym Security Certificate
Replies: 11
Views: 6537

Re: Jondonym Security Certificate

The BEAST ran into our way. See e.g. http://ssl.entrust.net/blog/?p=977 or for a more technical article http://www.educatedguesswork.org/2011/09/security_impact_of_the_rizzodu.html. Funny way of phrasing it! If this is the case, then what about for the mix servers? I know they are 128 bit but are t...
by AnonymousLife
Tue Nov 08, 2011 18:47
Forum: Conceptual questions and discussions
Topic: Jondonym Security Certificate
Replies: 11
Views: 6537

Re: Jondonym Security Certificate

RC4+RSA, 128 bit keys is a high secure encryption. -AES-CBC- ciphers are not high secure anymore because of the BEAST attack. But the insecure part is CBC, not AES. You may check our SSL encryption and compare it with other SSL webservers at: https://www.ssllabs.com/ssldb/ I get it. To avoid CBC, s...
by AnonymousLife
Tue Nov 08, 2011 15:10
Forum: Conceptual questions and discussions
Topic: Jondonym Security Certificate
Replies: 11
Views: 6537

Jondonym Security Certificate

The certificate to this site use to be AES 256 (if I am not mistaken). Now it is RC4, 128 bit keys.

What happened? and Why the change?
by AnonymousLife
Mon Oct 24, 2011 3:11
Forum: Offline (real world) anonymity and politics
Topic: Fake (Novelty) IDs
Replies: 1
Views: 4785

Fake (Novelty) IDs

I suppose this topic must come up sooner or later... What are your thoughts about fake (novelty) IDs? I do not mean for criminal purposes; rather, for the purpose of privacy. In the West, today, it is difficult to do anything without showing photo ID (State issued), since governments want to track e...
by AnonymousLife
Thu Feb 10, 2011 14:46
Forum: Offline (real world) anonymity and politics
Topic: Mixmaster Remailer
Replies: 5
Views: 9039

Re: Mixmaster Remailer

1: The traffic goes from your browser HTTPS encrypted to the server awxcnx.de 2: The server awxcnx.de creates a multible encrypted mixmaster mail and send it to the mixmaster network with some delay of time. This encryption hides the content for all remailers on the journey until the exit remailer ...
by AnonymousLife
Thu Feb 10, 2011 2:19
Forum: Offline (real world) anonymity and politics
Topic: Mixmaster Remailer
Replies: 5
Views: 9039

Mixmaster Remailer

Does anyone know with any certainty if the following website https://www.awxcnx.de/mm-anon-email.htm of the German Privacy Foundation encrypts an anonymous message the whole journey of the email until it reaches the recipient? The site is encrypted but I'm not sure whether the whole journey of the e...