Air Gapped Bitmessage?
Jun 23 07:12 [raw]

Hi all, I would like to run Bitmessage on air gap. Machine Charlie runs a Internet-facing bitmessage daemon with no address keys. Periodically Charlie exports all new objects to a USB drive. Machine Delta is air gapped. Delta takes the incoming objects from the USB drive and feeds them to a local PyBitmessage instance with address keys, decrypting them as if received from the Internet. Machine Delta also composes messages and encrypts the objects, exporting them to the USB drive. When the drive returns to Charlie he snarfs the USB media and sends the new objects to the network. What are some user-friendly methods to accomplish this? Has this idea already been contemplated or deployed? Are there extra security precautions that would improve a air gap setup? = zaeon =

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