[Freedombox-discuss] Freedombox Mesh Network Simulator
Rick C. Hodgin
foxmuldrster at yahoo.com
Wed Jun 20 20:54:35 UTC 2012
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! :-)
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''
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