Curious

[chan] bitmessage
Jun 22 10:20

Hi If Bitmessage/PyBitMessage is anonymous and encrypted p2p messenger (If it is).. then why do messages we send (no matterBM chan address) comes up among the chanlist on https://beamstat.com ? It would be more anonymous and encrypted.. especially the anonymousity would be better if the messages we send doesn't come up on the chanlist on https://beamstat.com

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Jun 22 11:02

> Hi > If Bitmessage/PyBitMessage is anonymous and encrypted p2p messenger > (If it is).. then why do messages we send (no matterBM chan address) > comes up among the chanlist on https://beamstat.com ? Because the chans listed on beamstat are public. > It would be more anonymous and encrypted.. especially the > anonymousity would be better if the messages we send doesn't come up > on the chanlist on https://beamstat.com You can create your own chan. Peter Surda Bitmessage core developer

[chan] bitmessage
Jun 22 11:03

Chans are anonymous and public. They are designed to message publicly. Sender is unknown, but message can be seen by anyone. Send messages to private addresses if you want privacy.

[chan] bitmessage
Jun 25 21:23

no no no chan is special address what can be use like group if u share NAME OF CHAN thats password of chan with ENTIRE world its public but if you want your private chan use as NAME OF CHAN very strong password and share it only with friends your chan stay safe and anonymous without NAME/PASSWORD of chan you cant connect to chan so if somebody leak address they cant connect if somebody leak only NAME/PASSWORD they cant connect

[chan] bitmessage
Aug 5 16:48

Hi all Anyone know any free chatsites (as in web-based chatsites) on Tor browser that has: No registration and freedom of speech

[chan] bitmessage
Aug 5 18:09

You're in the only one. Bitmessage is immune to censorship.

[chan] bitmessage
Aug 5 18:12

So basically bitmessage is anonymous,even without using Tor with bitmessage?

[chan] bitmessage
Aug 5 18:31

Yes bitmessage is anonymous with a caveat: right now the userbase is small, so if you don't use Tor, an attacker can use timing attacks to guess (not necessarily prove, but a good guess) some messages are from your node. However, there is no way for them to tell who your message is for, even if they can determine which node originated it, and there is no way for them to read your message if it is between two private addresses. As the userbase grows, such timing attacks will not even be able to tell which node originated an object because there will be too many nodes and objects to keep track of. Bitmessage is much more secure than Tor. I've been all through the source code many times analyzing the crypto. Tor's crypto is based on SHA1 which is totally broken. The Tor devs have known it is broken and have not fixed it because the Tor devs all work for the deep state. Tor is not a privacy network. It is a surveillance network. Bitmessage is the real deal.

[chan] bitmessage
Aug 5 18:33

Now take your pills, please.

[chan] bitmessage
Aug 5 19:46

try again, SHA1 is a hashing function. not encryption. What tor actually uses for encryption https://www.reddit.com/r/TOR/comments/5rsc5b/what_is_the_encryption_algorithm_that_tor_uses/dd9z929/

[chan] bitmessage
Aug 5 22:10

You don't need pills. You have denial to soothe you. The Tor devs are spooks with military budget funding.

[chan] bitmessage
Aug 5 22:39

SHA1 is how you verify the encryption keys. If you can forge keys with the same hash you can hijack a hidden service. Therefore Tor is broken.

[chan] bitmessage
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