Tuesday, 15 August 2017


Too long a story trying to bring a copyright to market back in the early 2000's:

Then sold into law-firms, primarily (author was at the time a practising Counsel); for USD 39.99; yours today TOTALLY FREE, quoting wikipedia:

"An anonymous remailer is a server that receives messages with embedded instructions on where to send them next, and that forwards them without revealing where they originally came from. There are Cypherpunk anonymous remailers, Mixmaster anonymous remailers, and nym servers, among others, which differ in how they work, in the policies they adopt, and in the type of attack on anonymity of e-mail they can (or are intended to) resist. Remailing as discussed in this article applies to e-mails intended for particular recipients, not the general public. Anonymity in the latter case is more easily addressed by using any of several methods of anonymous publication."

And it covers ANONYMOUS EMAIL REMAILERS; how to :) 

Note, the above copyright teaches you how to use the only type of remailer you can be GUARANTEED to use in a CRISIS (i.e. from some 'other than usual' computer ... where you cannot install software, necessarily ... The BASICS of being CRYPTOGRAPHICALLY able to PROVE your IDENTITY across TIME online :)  Cypherpunk remailer tutorial!! Also some COOL code!

"Types of remailer[edit]

There are several strategies that affect the anonymity of the handled e-mail. In general, different classes of anonymous remailers differ with regard to the choices their designers/operators have made. These choices can be influenced by the legal ramifications of operating specific types of remailers.[1]

It must be understood that every data packet traveling on the Internet contains the node addresses (as raw IP bit strings) of both the sending and intended recipient nodes, and so no data packet can ever actually be anonymous at this level[citation needed]. In addition, all standards-based e-mail messages contain defined fields in their headers in which the source and transmitting entities (and Internet nodes as well) are required to be included.

Some remailers change both types of address in messages they forward, and the list of forwarding nodes in e-mail messages as well, as the message passes through; in effect, they substitute 'fake source addresses' for the originals. The 'IP source address' for that packet may become that of the remailer server itself, and within an e-mail message (which is usually several packets), a nominal 'user' on that server. Some remailers forward their anonymized e-mail to still other remailers, and only after several such hops is the e-mail actually delivered to the intended address.
There are, more or less, four types of remailers:

Pseudonymous remailers[edit]

pseudonymous remailer simply takes away the e-mail address of the sender, gives a pseudonym to the sender, and sends the message to the intended recipient (that can be answered via that remailer).

Cypherpunk remailers, also called Type I[edit]

Cypherpunk remailer sends the message to the recipient stripping away the sender address on it. One can not answer a message sent via a Cypherpunk remailer. The message sent to the remailer can usually be encrypted, and the remailer will decrypt it and send it to the recipient address hidden inside the encrypted message. In addition, it is possible to chain two or three remailers, so that each remailer can't know who is sending a message to whom. Cypherpunk remailers do not keep logs of transactions.

Mixmaster remailers, also called Type II[edit]

In Mixmaster, the user composes an email to a remailer, which is relayed through each node in the network using SMTP, until it finally arrives at the final recipient. Mixmaster can only send emails one way. An email is sent anonymously to an individual, but for them to be able to respond, a reply address must be included in the body of the email. Also, Mixmaster remailers require the use of a computer program to write messages. Such programs are not supplied as a standard part of most operating systems or mail management systems.

Mixminion remailers, also called Type III[edit]

Mixminion remailer attempts to address the following challenges in Mixmaster remailers: replies, forward anonymity, replay prevention and key rotation, exit policies, integrated directory servers and dummy traffic. They are currently available for the Linux and Windows platforms. Some implementations are open source."

Time to ...

Get Rich with Crypto-Currencies!

LINUX REMAILER CODE - debain/ubuntu etc (anything that uses apt)


apt-get install mixmaster mixminion

Have fun!

Get Rich with Crypto-Currencies!

And that's .... the anonymous remailers ....


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