[tor-talk] Historically speaking, what was the U.S. navy /military
mansourmoufid at gmail.com
Tue Aug 4 01:42:09 UTC 2015
On Wed, Jul 29, 2015 at 9:55 AM, Alexandre Guillioud
<guillioud.alexandre at gmail.com> wrote:
> I had heard that the original use case were to protect their (US navy)
> ships against command center localisation through RF harvesting. The onion
> routing of the admiral commands through a few boats means enemmies can't
> detect which on is giving orders.
This is probably true. They call it "network-centric warfare" generally.
For a navy, ship to ship radio uses much less power than ship to
satellite and one is not always above. So a mesh is more discreet and
Then there is the problem of encryption and key management, which
onion routing solves well.
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