Mixmaster 3.0 RC1

Mixmaster is an anonymous remailer.
Mixmaster is an anonymous remailer. Mixmaster is the type II remailer protocol and the most popular implementation of it.

Remailers provide protection against traffic analysis and allow sending email nonymously or pseudonymously. Mixmaster consists of both client and server installations and is designed to run on several operation systems including but not limited to *BSD, Linux and Microsoft Windows.

The current 2.9.x versions are the stable ones and widely deployed. The 3.0beta* releases are betas for the upcoming Mixmaster 3.0.

To download Mixmaster visit Sourceforge's download center. Packages for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution can be found in the testing and unstable distributions on a mirror near you. Also see http://packages.debian.org/mixmaster.

For pingers and other remailer implementations see related Software.

What's New in 2.0.4 Stable Release:

Prefer pubring.asc over secring.pgp.
Support an unpublished dest.alw file.
Added MINLAT directive. Ensures randhopped messages are sent through remailers of latency of MINLAT time or greater (suggested by Steve Crook). Improved OpenSSL version checking in the Install script.
Added Full stats download support.
Fixed buffer overflow bug in keymgt.c

What's New in 3.0 RC1 Development Release:

Prefer pubring.asc over secring.pgp.
Support an unpublished dest.alw file.
Added MINLAT directive. Ensures randhopped messages are sent through remailers of latency of MINLAT time or greater (suggested by Steve Crook).
Improved OpenSSL version checking in the Install script.
Added full stats download support.
Fixed buffer overflow bug in keymgt.c.

last updated on:
June 25th, 2006, 6:35 GMT
price:
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developed by:
Mixmaster Developers
homepage:
mixmaster.sourceforge.net
license type:
Freeware 
category:
ROOT \ Communications \ Email

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