[tor-talk] High-latency hidden services (was: Re: Secure Hidden Service
str4d at i2pmail.org
Thu Jul 3 05:47:27 UTC 2014
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On 07/03/2014 05:12 PM, grarpamp wrote:
>> High-latency web browsing is actually a great use case and could
>> benefit from the extra security.
>> Apps like Pocket (http://getpocket.com/) work as a "read it
>> later" queue, downloading things for offline reading.
> I think it was Freenet where 'web' (page/browsing) was modeled as a
> non-real-time-interactive, retrievable (and updateable) object.
> Essentially documents. But were delivered in real time over the
> Torrents seem similar... queing, updatable, latency tolerant.
> Though there's no 'hours' delay storage buffer nodes between actual
> source and sink either.
> Besides mail mixes, what systems use such formal buffers in
A few from the I2P sphere:
Syndie  - distributed forum system that can sync data from various
sources at any desired interval.
I2P-Bote  - distributed encrypted email. Can be configured so that
emails are stored via relays which delay before passing on packets, so
the "visible" store of an encrypted email packet in the DHT can occur
hours after it was sent and the original Bote node disconnected.
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