Description Cryptographic routing is the foundation of our GNU Internet beyond X.509, DNS, SMTP and XMPP. Even the IETF is now considering that Onion Routing should be a fundamental capability of the Internet. How would that look like in practice?
  • Florian Dold -- GNUnet's new cryptography
  • cjd ––The edge of dystopia
  • Members of I2P, Tor, Freenet?
Website(s) http://youbroketheinternet.org
Type Meeting
Keyword(s) network
Processing assembly Youbroketheinternet
Person organizing LynX, Tg
Language en - English
Related to GNUnet
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Subtitle What if Onion Routing became a fundamental part of the Internet network stack?
Starts at 2013/12/28 03:30:00 PM
Ends at 2013/12/28 05:00:00 PM
Duration 90 minutes
Location Hall E

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Tor, GNUnet, I2P. Freenet, Briar, RetroShare. Cryptographic routing is the foundation of our GNU Internet outside the reach of broken standards such as X.509, DNS, SMTP and XMPP. Even the IETF is now considering that Onion Routing should be a fundamental capability of the Internet. How would that look like in practice?

  • Florian Dold -- New cryptographic building blocks for GNUnet: Byzantine set consensus, distributed key generation, etc.
  • cjd –– (author of cjdns) The edge of dystopia, societal risks of the anonymous marketplace
  • n.n. –– I2P
  • n.n. –– Tor
  • Infinity0? –– Freenet

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WHEN THIS SESSION IS DONE WE MOVE ON DIRECTLY TO Scalability and Architecture, so expect this to be one huge session that goes all afternoon!!