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MuteMute is a privacy enhancing communication system.
- End-to-end encryption.
- Communication with forward secrecy (keys required to decrypt past messages are frequently replaced and destroyed).
- Establish forward secret communication with first message (no synchronous two-way handshake).
- Asynchronous communication between peers.
- Authenticity of the identity-key relationship is established and preserved.
- Human-readable/human-memorizable identities.
- Communication with established standards where possible (e.g., using SMTP as the transport protocol).
- Sending messages and changing the state of one's own identity requires payment by the user to both finance the system and to limit SPAM.
- Better-than-nothing anonymity: mixing/delaying of messages to prevent simple discovery of sender-recipient relationship by third party passive observer.
- Both sender and recipient anonymity.
- Plausible deniability of message content and some deniability of communication relationship.
Mute at Hackers Congress Paralelní Polis 2015 in Prague:
Solving the key exchange problem (also see article)
Mute at Libertopia 2014 in San Diego:
Post-Snowden: What does it actually mean? Do we have to change?
Mute at Hackers Congress Paralelní Polis 2014 in Prague:
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