[Standards] XEP-0369 Proxy JIDs and MIX
kevin.smith at isode.com
Tue Jan 10 15:30:47 UTC 2017
On 10/01/2017 15:23, Sam Whited wrote:
>> 2. While burner JIDs may be helpful to provide a user with complete
>> anonymity in a channel, I think that channel administration
>> needs access to the real JIDs. It would not be acceptable to manage a
>> public MUC and just have a stack of anonymous participants. So use of
>> client provided burner JIDs is not a viable approach to JID hidden channels.
> If burner JIDs are allowed on some other server, this happens anyways.
> It's not something you can prevent.
Well, kinda, except that burner JIDs have much the same security
properties as SASL ANONYMOUS, so the same considerations apply - these
things shouldn't be allowed to S2S, and servers that do allow them to
S2S can be blocked at the whole server level (as happens already).
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