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Messaging users want to hide who chatted
A messaging service to be set up would make it impossible for intelligence agencies to identify users who have spoken. This is done through a local chat server and anonymizing network Tor. Developers still have to make the service.
Invisible.im The service is called Invisible.im and security researchers who work on a prototype gotten underway. Invisible.im works with the routing address of Tor, allowing users so if account email@example.com have; whereby a user can be found.
The local chat server uses xmpp, an open source protocol for IM services that formed the basis for services such as WhatsApp. The local server can only make contact with other users via Tor anonymity service which does the work for the user to keep secret. Chats will be encrypted using the Off The Record Protocol .
Thanks to the combination of security intelligence services could not figure out who and when a user is chatting, so claiming the security researchers. However, there are several potential threats to the new service if it is successful, users can expect a lot of spam because sending anonymous messages is the intention of the service. In addition, the Tor network can be taxing. Heavy any success wouldViewing:-120
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