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[Freedombox-discuss] Freedombox Mesh Network Simulator

Good question. Don't know. If they're that far ahead of us though, we're done.

FBXs will naturally encrypt things. It would take luck or massive brute force (or a quantum computer) to decrypt it.

And ... who's to say the WiFi we use in FBX isn't communicating everything via a subspace frequency to a ship stationed near Alpha Centauri? :-) The FBXs do run hot you know. :-)

Good points though. And I hope quantum computers don't exist too! :-)

Best regards,
Rick C. Hodgin

-------- Original Message --------
 From: Elena ``of Valhalla'' <elena.valhalla at gmail.com>
 Sent: Wed, Jun 20, 2012 04:25 PM
 To: freedombox-discuss at lists.alioth.debian.org
 Subject: Re: [Freedombox-discuss] Freedombox Mesh Network Simulator

>On 2012-06-20 at 14:55:52 -0400, Rick C. Hodgin wrote:
>> We have to look at what we're on about here:  The ability to have
>> little servers is one thing.  But the ability to convey information
>> outside of prying eyes is another.
>What's there to stop your average three-letter-agency from 
>walking around mayor malls with a malicious phone that works 
>as a node, but forwards any data it has passed on to the same 
>secret quantum computer they use to read any other encrypted 
>message on the internet?
>I hope I'm joking about the quantum computer, but I doubt 
>that a system that requires connecting to the devices of random 
>strangers, expecially one that is desinged to work with short 
>lived connections, is going to be any more "outside of prying 
>eyes" than the current internet.
>Elena ``of Valhalla''
>Freedombox-discuss mailing list
>Freedombox-discuss at lists.alioth.debian.org

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