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Re: [tor-talk] VOIP over Tor

Van Gegel:
> I found that this is a very old idea:
> https://lists.torproject.org/pipermail/tor-talk/2006-May/thread.html#13379
> But why for 6 years no one is interested?
> I continue my experiments with VOIP over Tor and tried another old
> abandoned software SpeakFreely by changing it's protocol as RTP over TCP.
> It has found practical use and looks good:
> http://sourceforge.net/p/advtor/discussion/programs/thread/9d735faa
> Now I have an idea of using two or three hidden services on different
> ports instead of one. Caller simultaneously connects to them and
> duplicate packets to each channel. The first delivered package is used,
> other are discarded. Also collects statistics and every few minutes the
> slowest connection will closed and reestablished. This should reduce the
> average latency.
> There are questions:
> - Will Tors of caller and calee use the same or new nodes for building
> circuit after the close and immediate reestablish of connection with HS?
> - How will this affect the safety of connection against possible
> deanonymizing attacks?

By the way, why do you have to communicate from hidden service to hidden
service? Wouldn't it suffice if the callee would act as server and the
caller as client?

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