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Crypto.is Relaunches Blog

Crypto.is Relaunches Blog

From:
Tom Ritter
Date:
2013-01-07 @ 16:13
Crypto.is has relaunched it's blog.  We've been quiet recently, but
here's a short update on what we've been working on:

 - We remain a largely decentralized organization that tries to
encourage and help folks get into working (safely) with cryptography,
contributing to projects, and learning
 - The Code Peer Review is in an open beta here: https://codereview.crypto.is/
 - Some folks continue work on OTR plugins
 - We hang out in #cryptodotis on OFTC

And MOST EXCITINGLY: Our blog is launched, with five in depth posts
about remailers!

  https://crypto.is/blog/

This is the first several installments in what is intended to be a
series on how remailers work, the theory behind them, and many of the
choices that must be considered. Some of the topics we intended to
dive deeply into in the future is how to have a directory of remailer
nodes, how to handle messages that overflow the packet size, more
details on Mixminion, as-yet-unimplemented Academic Papers (like
Pynchon Gate and Sphinx), and more! The comments section should work,
so please do leave comments if you have questions, insights, or
corrections.

-tom

Re: [remailer] Crypto.is Relaunches Blog

From:
Gregory Xz
Date:
2013-01-07 @ 16:21
yay :3


On Mon, Jan 7, 2013 at 11:13 AM, Tom Ritter <tom@ritter.vg> wrote:

> Crypto.is has relaunched it's blog.  We've been quiet recently, but
> here's a short update on what we've been working on:
>
>  - We remain a largely decentralized organization that tries to
> encourage and help folks get into working (safely) with cryptography,
> contributing to projects, and learning
>  - The Code Peer Review is in an open beta here:
> https://codereview.crypto.is/
>  - Some folks continue work on OTR plugins
>  - We hang out in #cryptodotis on OFTC
>
> And MOST EXCITINGLY: Our blog is launched, with five in depth posts
> about remailers!
>
>   https://crypto.is/blog/
>
> This is the first several installments in what is intended to be a
> series on how remailers work, the theory behind them, and many of the
> choices that must be considered. Some of the topics we intended to
> dive deeply into in the future is how to have a directory of remailer
> nodes, how to handle messages that overflow the packet size, more
> details on Mixminion, as-yet-unimplemented Academic Papers (like
> Pynchon Gate and Sphinx), and more! The comments section should work,
> so please do leave comments if you have questions, insights, or
> corrections.
>
> -tom
>