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Re: [GNUnet-developers] What are the privacy features (or anti-feature)

From: t3sserakt
Subject: Re: [GNUnet-developers] What are the privacy features (or anti-feature) of the gnunet DHT and gnunet fs?
Date: Thu, 28 Mar 2019 20:02:58 +0100
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If you look into 'setting anonymity level' section of the gnunet-publish
man page, you see that level 1 (the default) 'you use the  standard 
anonymous  routing  algorithm  (which does not explicitly leak your
identity).' A level greater 1 'increases the amount of cover traffic
your own traffic will get, at the  expense  of  performance', if you
like to make it harder for a powerful adversary to do traffic analysis.

On 28.03.19 16:01, address@hidden wrote:
> I would like to build an application on top the DHT
> and FS. I want to know what are the privacy features.
> For instance, can someone know that I downloaded a
> particular file? can someone know that I am sharing
> a particular file?
> It seems like search operation is done only with
> anonymous level 0. Does it mean that other people
> on the network can know what I am searching for?
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