[Juser] EMPP - What can XMPP benefit from the new Echo Chat Protocol?
stpeter at stpeter.im
Sun Jul 28 15:02:13 UTC 2013
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I have replied to you on the OTR list and I think that is a better
place to discuss these issues.
On 7/28/13 1:58 PM, Randolph D. wrote:
> Dear Peter, thanks for the feedback. Well what´s all about it:
> Libgcrypt offers different encryption methods. Asymmetric PGP RSA,
> Symmetric AES etc to deploy them multiple times in an intelligent
> way and send all over ssl is quite cool. yes I know the cryptocat
> story and furthermore: the ssl is requested to be broken up
hence: Do you realize, that GoldBug uses a decentral SSL ? Renewed for
> each new established connection? the advantage is the strength of
> the tool, not only multi usage. As you are a lead in the jabber
> community i would like to test the gb key with you (RC 2B is
> updated as I see), the jabber servers deploying the spotonkernel
> (echo) would allow as well a more elastic connection of clients, as
> multiple connections would be usable. definately worth to think
> about the connection, not the encryption. Kind Regards Randolph
> 2013/7/28 Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im
> <mailto:stpeter at stpeter.im>>
> On 7/27/13 4:07 PM, Randolph D. wrote:
>> GoldBug.sf.net <http://GoldBug.sf.net> <http://GoldBug.sf.net> -
> Secure Instant Messenger
>> 0.1 is out with Multi-Encryption
>> based on the new Echo Protocol.
> More to the point, I am extremely skeptical about whether the 0.1
> version of some random code project on the net somewhere is truly
> secure (have you followed the history of Crypocat?). Making truly
> secure communication technologies is really hard, especially
> multi-party security.
>> I wounder what XMPP Clients and especially Servers - and of
>> course developers - can benefit from it ?
> XMPP has had SSL support and PGP-based chat since 1999. Not all
> clients support it, but many do.
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