[tor-dev] Tools of Mass Obfuscation or where are my internet curtains?
malardj2002 at yahoo.com
Thu Oct 3 21:34:50 UTC 2013
Do you think that the code at https://github.com/malardj/ slice, that uses neither encryption nor a password, could help a community proof their communications from massive systemic eavesdropping by making the latter computationally impractical or financially unsustainable? Do you think that a tool like that would be valuable if it existed? Would you think of some yourself that everyone could use?
I am unaffiliated with any institution but I would like to setup a contest for the best such algorithm or procedure that does not involve cryptography and that can be implemented by any group of ordinary citizens for the purpose of proofing their Internet communications of ASCII characters from systemic eavesdropping.
I need help setting up the rules of competition ( i never did this), finding judges (I am totally unqualified), finding (virtual) places where to announce and hold the competition. I would welcome your suggestion on how to make this contest more relevant to all. Can you help, or suggest where to look for help?
With best regards,
Joel Malard, PhD
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