phantom - System for generic, decentralized, unstoppable internet anonymity The Phantom protocol is a system for decentralized anonymization of generic network traffic. It has been designed with the following main goals in mind: 1. - No critical or weak points to attack or put (il)legal pressure on. 2. - Direct technical destructive attacks will practically be the only possible way to even attempt to stop it. 3. - Probabilistic methods (contrary to deterministic methods) must be used in a completely decentralized design like this, where no other peer can be trusted, so focus is put on optimizing these methods. 4. - This is simple in itself, but still important in the context of anonymization. 5. - No one should have to worry about crimes being perpetrated from their own IP address. 6. - You never know what the next draconian law might be. 7. - Most existing anonymization solutions are practically unusable for (or even prohibit) larger data volumes. 8. The latest version of the source release package can always be downloaded here. DEFCON presentation (audio only):
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Guide Libre Association. Des logiciels pour libérer votre projet associatif GNU Telephony From GNU Telephony GNU Telephony is a project to enable anyone to use free as in freedom software for telephony, and with the freedom to do so on any platform they choose to use. We also wish to make it easy to use the Internet for real-time voice and video communication, and in fact for all forms of real-time collaboration. How you can participate We are running a generally open wiki for this project. Project Status GNU SIP Witch is a secure peer-to-peer VoIP server that uses the SIP protocol. GNU Bayonne is the telephony server of GNU Telephony and the GNU Project. How we license our code In GNU Telephony we generally license under the GNU GPL version 2 or later.
The Freenet Project - /index How to become anonymous online Online life is quickly eroding our usual feelings of personal anonymity. Services like Facebook mean that people are able to delve into our lives like never before. Stalking, whistle blowing, even watching TV programmes broadcast in other countries; these and other online activities all rely on some form of online anonymity – or lack of it. We humans don't generally like strangers knowing all about us, but we may be unwittingly providing people with details of our lives we'd rather were kept out of the public gaze. Keeping anonymous online is also a concern for a growing number of people in countries where speaking out has real consequences. Luckily, there are several steps you can take to stay incognito online, and even some that can reduce the amount of spam email messages you receive. Keep your email secret Your email address is a big part of your online identity. When an online business folds, the owner might also decide the list of registered users is an asset worth selling.
H . A | Welcome to Homeschoolers Anonymous. Richard Stallman, précieux radoteur Le pape du logiciel libre a donné une conférence ce jeudi à Paris sur le thème ”Logiciels libres et droits de l’Homme”. Son discours prend une dimension supplémentaire dans un contexte de surveillance croissante des citoyens. Richard Stallman à La Mutinerie Coworking à Paris, le 28 juin 2012 - (cc) Ophelia Noor La Mutinerie, ses flamboyantes tentures rouges et son coffre de pirate en guise de table : l’espace parisien de co-working était tout désigné pour accueillir la conférence de Richard Stallman, hacker mythique qui a initié le mouvement du logiciel libre, sur le thème ”Logiciels libres et droits de l’Homme”. Une initiative des ONG la Fédération internationale des droits de l’homme (FIDH) et Reporters sans frontières (RSF), de leurs amis du cluster de hackers Telecomix, de Silicon Maniacs, avec le soutien de l’agence de communication LIMITE. En mode automatique, Richard Matthew Stallman, rms pour les intimes, a délivré son laïus habituel, devant un public acquis. “Bull éclatez”
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