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Re: is tor an email mixmaster?
is it possible to make a kind of tor button, so that all users using a kind of email client are a outproxy or hidden service, or must it be hidden service?
so a torbutton with default on smtp relay /exitnode for email?
On Sun, Nov 9, 2008 at 2:00 PM, Karsten N. <tor-admin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
someone has setup an open SMTP relay as hidden service:
oogjrxidhkttf6vl.onion port: 587
May be, it works. I did not test it. :-(
M. Peterson schrieb:
> want to know, if tor is as well an email mixmaster,
> e.g. we have an email client, which is sending only pgp encrypted emails,
> then the ISP is excluded as he cannot read, but data retention laws allow to
> log the IP from where the email is sent and the email server knows the last
> exit point of the encrypted package (email).
> If now in this email client an onion routing system would be enabled, then
> all email (enc. Packages) would be routed, and some exit nodes would deliver
> Is this already possible with Tor? Are there enough exit nodes? would it be
> possible and useful for email services to force every node to be an exit
> node for encry. packets to email accounts? how much bandwidth is a node
> requiring then for mixing/forwarding emails only?
> are there developers working on that? or interested?