Telegram replaces Bitmessage

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Oct 16 19:43 [raw]

Telegram is now a viable replacement for Bitmessage. Telegram has groups, supergroups, and broadcast channels. Telegram works on all platforms including smartpones and linux desktop. Q: What's the difference between groups, supergroups, and channels? Telegram groups are ideal for sharing stuff with friends and family or collaboration in small teams, they can have up to 200 members and by default everyone can add new people and edit the name and group photo. If your group grows to a very large community, you can upgrade it into a more centralized supergroup. Supergroups can have up to 100,000 members and have a unified history, so deleted messages will always disappear for everyone. You can also pin important messages to the top of the screen so that all members can see them, including those who have just joined. Channels are a tool for broadcasting public messages to large audiences. In fact, a channel can have an unlimited number of subscribers. When you post in a channel, the message is signed with the channel's name and photo and not your own. Read more about channels in the Channels FAQ » https://telegram.org/faq#q-what-makes-telegram-groups-cool

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Oct 16 19:43 [raw]

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Oct 16 19:43 [raw]

telegram, a honeypot with some good PR 'even terrorists use telegram with success ....' 'telegram coders refuse to work for secret service ....' balancer73 from zeronet wrote Last year there was a loud terrorist attack, when in St. Petersburg terrorists blew up the subway car. During the investigation, it turned out that the terrorists were planning and preparing the terrorist attack, communicating in Telegram. The FSB decided to get the messenger's developers the opportunity to access the correspondence of individuals. The developers refused, citing the technical impossibility of intercepting e2e communication. The FSB through the court reached a decision on the blockade of Telegram in Russia. A week ago, Roskomnadzor began to implement the decision. And then the circus began. Telegram uses several, as practice, very effective way to protect against locks, using a large number of different and constantly changing subnets of cloud providers. Roskomnadzor attacks with massive blocking of subnets. At the moment, Russia has blocked 17-19 million IP-addresses (~ 0.5% of the world's Internet!). Almost all services related to AWS do not work. Many Google services are blocked. There were problems with MS Office 365, Xbox, PSN, etc. Last night, even google.com and gmail.com was banned, but at the moment they have already been unlocked. The funniest thing is that Telegram with all this works: D In Russia, now this duel is the number one news, after which people are having fun with popcorn :) But in fact, the process is not very rosy. In fact, Roskomnadzor is experimenting in the area of ​​mass locks. And the Russian Internet can turn into an analogue of the Chinese, hiding behind the Great Firewall :-/ http://127.0.0.1:43110/17ogL1aD6546DYwtb6UnMhF4hETaHBj6yD/?Post:63:Telegramachy > we all have hacked each other should i feel hacked now? :0 i can only repeat. we need 'our' own network. look at Sneakernet Sneakernet is an informal term for the transfer of electronic information by physically moving media such as magnetic tape, floppy disks, compact discs, USB flash drives or external hard drives from one computer to another; rather than transmitting the information over a computer network. This form of data transfer is also used for peer-to-peer (or friend-to-friend) file sharing and has grown in popularity in metropolitan areas and college communities. The May 2011 raid of Osama bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan revealed that he used a series of USB thumb drives to store his email drafts. A courier of his would then take the saved emails to a nearby Internet cafe and send them out to the desired recipients.[5][6] [pseudo proof: even terrorists use it....] Wizzy Digital Courier provided Internet access to schools in South Africa with poor or no network connectivity by implementing UUCP on USB memory sticks. This allowed offline cached email transport and scoops of web pages to back-fill a web cache.[15] North Korean dissidents have been known to smuggle flash drives filled with western movies and television shows, largely in an effort to inspire a cultural revolution.[19][20][21][22][23] El Paquete Semanal is a roughly 1TB compilation of media, distributed weekly throughout Cuba via portable hard drives and USB memory sticks.[24] haades, god of monologs

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Oct 16 19:43 [raw]

My underwear is white too, but it has a yellow stain at the front and a brown stain at the back.

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Oct 16 19:43 [raw]

>bitmessage should require a mobile phone number Why not require real names and addresses? And what colour underwear you have on? Wait! Won't that reduce the anonymous nature of BM?

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Oct 16 19:43 [raw]

I took a look at the Telegram protocol. It is not secure. It is clearly a honeypot. Most privacy apps are just honeypots and offer only the illusion of security.

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Oct 16 19:43 [raw]

Just kidding. Telegram looks like a slick honeypot. You have to give them your mobile number. There is no reason to require this, except to associate all your messages and metadata with your phone number. I think Telegram is a scam.

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Oct 16 19:43 [raw]

bitmessage should require a mobile phone number

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Oct 16 19:44 [raw]

That won't work. 99% of guys wear white underwear anyway.

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Oct 16 19:44 [raw]

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Oct 16 20:03 [raw]

> Wait! Won't that reduce the anonymous nature of BM? What's so anonymous about it? There's only three of us in the chans and we all have hacked each other. You know who I am but you were not aware that I also hacked you, too.

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