[Standards-JIG] Re: JEP-126 (Invisibility)
kevin at kismith.co.uk
Wed Apr 12 18:02:17 UTC 2006
On 12 Apr 2006, at 18:45, Hal Rottenberg wrote:
> On 4/12/06, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at jabber.org> wrote:
>> The traditional approach to invisibility has been to stop presence
>> broadcasts at my server, so they would never get to your server (let
>> alone your client). Once presence gets to your client, it may be
>> to you (if your client doesn't understand <show>invisible</show>)
>> or you
>> may be able to pull it off the stream (via XML debug or whatever).
>> So at
>> that point my presence is leaked.
> I've only been half-paying attention to this thread, so feel free to
> call me an idiot for this comment.
I'm not going to call you an idiot, and I haven't followed this
thread at all, but anything less than stopping the stanzas at your
own server isn't good enough for any sort of privacy.
Giving a presence to a remote server is equivalent to giving it to
the remote client.
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