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Re: Small Sister Privacy Project
Brenno J.S.A.A.F. de Winter, wgasa wrote:
> Dear all,
> Apologies if this turns out to be off-topic, but I'd say this would be
> the mailinglist for this e-mail.
Anon-server deals with anon mail.
> Two weeks ago I started an open source
> project called Small Sister. The aim of the project is to make
> privacytools more user friendly and people more aware of privacy issues.
> The main trigger for the project is European regulation on Data
> Retention (storing who's e-mailing whom and who's calling who). One of
> the key features is setting up an infrastructure for anonymous e-mailing
The Mixmaster anonymous remailer network offers stronger anonymity than
Tor for e-mail. They can also be combined. (Tor -> Mixmaster)
> without creating a freehaven for spammers.
Outbound SpamAssassin, Hashcash?
> Without doubt Tor will be one
> of the key components of this project, since we don't want to reinvent
> the wheel.
I haven't tried it, but I believe OmniMix by Christian Danner can
deliver messages to the MX using Tor.
If supported by the MTA, SSL can be used for private delivery. And then
there is PGP to make the message private from the mail server admin.
> So I want to point you at the project and hope to get useful input or
> even contact with the folks behind Tor to see how we can intelligently
> use what is available already. You can find the project at
> http://www.smallsister.org/ - Again I don't intend to spam this list.
> Brenno de Winter