[tor-talk] A Pluggable Transport based on i2p?

Jonathan Marquardt mail at parckwart.de
Wed Mar 15 16:36:20 UTC 2017

On Wed, Mar 15, 2017 at 06:20:53AM -0400, Lolint wrote:
> Hi,
> Could it be possible to implement a pluggable transport using i2p? The way this could work
> is that a server would function as a bridge node, and will also have the i2p router installed,
> and the client will connect to this bridge via I2P Tunnels,
> <User><=><i2p network><=><bridge with i2p><=><Tor network><=><Clearnet or onion>
> What do you think?
> Thx
> --Jeff
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You want to hide the fact that you are using an anonymization network by using 
an anonymization network. This idea seems pretty stupid to me.
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