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[tor-talk] BitMail 0.1 - p2p Email



On Tue, Jul 30, 2013 at 9:48 AM, Gregory Maxwell <[email protected]> wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 30, 2013 at 6:07 AM, krishna e bera <[email protected]> wrote:
>> On 13-07-30 12:47 AM, Thomas Asta wrote:
>>> http://bitmail.sourceforge.net/
>>
>> No design, no specs, no discussion, no docs.
>> A feature list that looks remarkably like GoldBug,
>> minus the fraudulent EFF endorsement.
>>
>> Is this a sneaky attempt to catch "darknet" users with a weak email and
>> messaging client/service?  Or just an early launch to attract people who
>> can fill in the gaps...
>>
>> Perhaps more relevantly, does it work with Tor out of the box?
>
> And source code that looks remarkably like GoldBug.
>
> Also being promoted on various list for crypto/privacy minded people
> by parties who seem to be pretending that they just "found" it and are
> curious about it.


Sending this thread over to cypherpunks for now as it no longer
has any relevance to Tor.

Apparently we have some new friends with various projects in mind...

http://mikeweber.users.sourceforge.net/
Thomas Asta <[email protected]>
Randolph D <[email protected]>


> Perhaps more relevantly, does it work with Tor out of the box?

At some point these people will stand up and start acting right,
some respected member will evaluate it (including the binaries),
or some respected group will fork and adopt it... or not. Until then,
it's demonstrated itself as being mud, so who cares.
People would be nuts to trust it, let alone play with it outside
of a sandbox.