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June 08, 2014, 09:29:40 AM
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http://punto-informatico.it/4061935/PI/News/gmail-cifratura-sicura-tutti.aspx


Sbaglio o google vuole ispirarsi a bit message?
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July 12, 2014, 04:12:30 PM
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Discussione interessante riguardo allo sviluppo di un client per Android:
https://bitmessage.org/forum/index.php?topic=4075.0

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August 06, 2014, 09:58:42 PM
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Nuova versione di Bitmessage!

Sembra comunque che entro poco uscirà una nuova versione che avrà aggiornamenti importanti sul protocollo Grin

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0.4.3
Support pyelliptic's updated HMAC algorithm. We'll remove support for the old method after an upgrade period.
Improved version check
Refactored decodeBase58 function
Ignore duplicate messages
Added bytes received/sent counts and rate on the network information tab
Fix unicode handling in 'View HTML code as formatted text'
Refactor handling of packet headers
Use pointMult function instead of arithmetic.privtopub since it is faster
Fixed issue where client wasn't waiting for a verack before continuing on with the conversation
Fixed CPU hogging by implementing tab-based refresh improvements
Added curses interface
Added support for IPv6
Added a 'trustedpeer' option to keys.dat
Limit maximum object size to 20 MB
Support email-like > quote characters and reply-below-quote
Added Japanese and Dutch language files; updated Norwegian and Russian languages files

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September 29, 2014, 05:02:48 PM
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E' in arrivo anche il un ottimo client per Android Cheesy

I'm pleased to announce that the beta code of Bitseal, an Android client for Bitmessage, is now available.

      

Github:      
https://github.com/JonathanCoe/bitseal
https://github.com/JonathanCoe/bitseal-tests
https://github.com/JonathanCoe/bitseal-server

Screenshots:   
https://imgur.com/a/utC00

Working features:
   - Sending messages
   - Receiving messages
   - QR codes for addresses
   - Address Book
   - Import addresses
   - Export addresses
   - Choose which servers to use (including your own)


Roadmap for development (subject to change):
   - Update for Bitmessage Protocol Version 3
   - Lite client message retrieval using prefix filters (credit to Peter Todd for suggesting this)
   - Local encryption of the database, using SQLCipher
   - SSL for connections between clients and servers
   - POW implemented in C or C++ via the Android NDK
   - Support for broadcasts
   - Refresh the UI


Notes:

- Bitseal is not ready for widespread use yet. A full release is planned once lite client message retrieval is implemented. The app will be available on the Google Play store once this is done.

- Bitseal is free, open source software, released under the Gnu General Public License Version 3.

- Some parts of Bitseal include, are based on, or are reliant upon software written by others, including Jonathan Warren, Sebastian Schmidt, Tim Roes, Roberto Tyley, the bitcoinj developers, and the Bouncy Castle developers. This is noted in the source code where applicable.

- I have set up a few default servers which can be used for testing purposes. Anyone is free to set up and use their own. The server application is simply a slightly modified copy of PyBitmessage.

- The development of Bitseal has been a large project, taking many months of work. I'm doing it on a purely non-profit basis. Bitcoin donations are very gratefully received: 1L7amdWrPv4R4f1vLdanr2xU71TPs3wUEC



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October 18, 2014, 01:34:41 AM
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Uscita nuova versione, l'aggiornamento è obbligatorio!

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0.4.4
Added ability to limit network transfer rate
Updated to Protocol Version 3
Removed use of memoryview so that we can support python 2.7.3
Make use of l10n for localizations

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October 24, 2014, 07:17:27 AM
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E' in arrivo anche il un ottimo client per Android Cheesy

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bello, ma perchè utilizza dei server? non dovrebeb essere p2p?
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December 06, 2014, 01:53:02 PM
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bello, ma perchè utilizza dei server? non dovrebeb essere p2p?
Perchè un client completo consumerebbe troppa banda e risorse per gli attuali smartphone.
Si possono usare i server forniti da loro, o metterne su uno personale, e usare solo quello.
Attualmente è sempre il client a fare la proof-of-work, ma anche questo si potrà spostare direttamente sul proprio server.


Prosegue lo sviluppo del client per Android Smiley

I'm pleased to announce that Bitseal 0.5 is available for testing! The main points of this release are:

      - Implemented local encryption of Bitseal's database, using SQLCipher. When the app is locked this protects all sensitive data, including keys and messages.

      - Finished updating the code for protocol version 3. This includes some changes that weren't available in the previous release.

      - Made numerous bug fixes and stability improvements.

As before, please note that this is Beta software, and should not be considered secure at this point. Please use it for testing purposes only! With that said, the app is currently available as follows:

1) You can download an APK file to install directly via this link:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxlXwA7zWmiTSWlHemkzVUFxeTA/view?usp=sharing

2) You can join a beta testing group through Google+, which then links to the Google Play store. This will allow you to automatically receive future updates. To opt in, simply join the Bitseal beta testing Google+ 'community' using the same Google account that you use for the Play Store. Once you have joined, use the Play Store testing link listed on the community page to become a beta tester:

https://plus.google.com/communities/115838283581504499326

3) You can also compile the source code from the Github repositories:

https://github.com/JonathanCoe/bitseal
https://github.com/JonathanCoe/bitseal-tests
https://github.com/JonathanCoe/bitseal-server

If you'd like to support the continued development of Bitseal, Bitcoin donations are very gratefully received: 1ALTrxJ3Yn3Rc85Uf467u3ZcpHCzx4jDAT

Please note that I've changed the donations address to a new one, as I've been doing some re-organization of my wallets recently. All donations to the old address have been sent to the new address.

Many thanks for everyone's support so far! Your feedback is very welcome.

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August 10, 2015, 05:24:45 PM
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Ma questo progetto è ancora attivo?
Mi sembra molto interessante come cosa, anche se a quanto pare non ha avuto molto successo.
In effetti quello che mi lascia perplesso è il limite di 2 giorni oltre il quale i messaggi vengono dimenticati, anche se ciò ha il vantaggio di non dover portarsi dietro alcuna blockchain. Però boh, in effetti quello dei 2 giorni è un grosso limite.




A meno che uno faccia attività poco lecite, perché dovrei usare un sistema del genere? Cioè, come potrebbe/potremo favorire l'utilizzo di questo sistema su larga scala?
Su larga scala in effetti è un po' difficile che venga utilizzato. D'altra parte anche il bitcoin non è usato su larga scala.
Diciamo che oltre al vantaggio della crittografia (che comunque si può usare anche con le normali mail, e non è detto che la si usi per forza per fare cose "poco lecite"), la cosa che mi piace molto è il fatto di poter generare un indirizzo in 2 secondi, senza dover fare la lunga procedura di aprire un indirizzo e-mail. D'altra parte una delle cose che apprezzo molto del bitcoin stesso è proprio il fatto di poter generare in pochi secondi un indirizzo. Pensiamo invece a quante carte dobbiamo compilare e quanti dati dobbiamo fornire anche solo per fare una banale carta prepagata.


Comunque vorrei fare qualche test per vedere se questo programma funziona bene, c'è qualche volontario che ha voglia di mandarmi un messaggio a questo indirizzo? BM-2cU1nVA4rmfX1PufFTqkfL4ae7awGA8guS

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October 03, 2015, 08:50:36 PM
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Fork con diversi fix e aggiormento interfaccia Smiley

https://bitmessage.org/forum/index.php/topic,4803.0.html

https://github.com/mailchuck/PyBitmessage/releases/tag/v0.4.5

I created a new fork of PyBitmessage, and this is the first release. There were two reasons behind it.

The first one is that the user interface of PyBitmessage is bare bones and often annoying. So I integrated the changes felidosz made, and been waiting for half a year to be merged: https://github.com/Bitmessage/PyBitmessage/pull/791

Felidosz' updates were great, but not complete, there were things missing/buggy, and some annoyances were still present. So I fixed some stuff, added other stuff and improved even more.

I also tested how a normal user (my wife) is able to use the official PyBitmessage for an email gateway. She failed to even register, even though I was sitting beside her and I asked her to read the instructions on mailchuck website. She couldn't understand it. So I also spent some time on having the UI react better to an email gateway, which is the second reason for this version. Now you can register/unregister through a context menu (right clicking on an account), and the user interface adapts automatically when using the gateway, so it looks like a normal email client.

I'm still working on it, but I think it's at a stage when others can look at it and try it out. The data and config are compatible with PyBitmessage, you can switch back and forth between the two and it will continue working. There are no changes to the sqlite database, and the keys.dat config file has some new options which the regular PyBitmessage ignores. All the code is on github, I built a windows binary, and the code has been tested on linux and windows (I have no Mac).


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Code: https://github.com/PeterSurda/bitmessage-email-gateway

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October 10, 2015, 06:27:52 PM
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v0.4.5.2

https://github.com/mailchuck/PyBitmessage/releases/tag/v0.4.5.2

This release, apart from minor fixes, has channels and subscriptions working in the new interface. There are still some minor bugs, and subscription folders/addresses do not show the number of new messages.
The "Messages" tab now is resizable (folder list vs the right side and message list vs the message contents.

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October 16, 2015, 03:20:01 PM
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Peter Šurda to become PyBitmessage Github collaborator with write access
https://bitmessage.org/forum/index.php/topic,4812.0.html

Chi ha sviluppato il fork precedente ora ha avuto accesso al git originale di Bitmessage.
Questo dovrebbe portare sicuramente a vivacizzare di più lo sviluppo del client Smiley

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October 25, 2015, 11:53:33 AM
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Nuova release!

https://github.com/mailchuck/PyBitmessage/releases/tag/v0.5.0

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- many bugfixes and minor UI improvements. For a full list, you can look at the commit log: https://github.com/mailchuck/PyBitmessage/commits/master
- PyBitmessage will now notify you if it notices a node with a newer version. With this, you won't have to check yourself if a new version is available. Currently it will not do anything, but after 0.5.1 is released and you run 0.5.0, you will be notified if you connect to a node with 0.5.1 (or a 0.5.1 node connects to you). It only notifies once and then will keep quiet, until you restart PyBitmessage.
- PyBitmessage now again has OS X (Apple) releases. I bought an Apple just so that I can test and build for OSX. You can still run it directly by installing python yourself. My build is a done on OS X 10.11 El Capitan, let me know if it does not work on your system.

In the background, a lot of work has been done on organising the product development lifecycle. I joined the official PyBitmessage project: https://bitmessage.org/forum/index.php/topic,4812.0.html

The plan: https://bitmessage.org/forum/index.php/topic,4813.0.html is that the changes from my 0.5.x of my fork will slowly become part of the official PyBitmessage 0.6, after which there won't be separate releases anymore.
This way you won't be confused about which version to run, you will have a choice between a stable and unstable release of official PyBitmessage. I expect 0.6 to become available by the end of this year (2015).

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November 15, 2015, 02:09:51 AM
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Sta migliorando sempre di più Cheesy

Altra release.

https://github.com/mailchuck/PyBitmessage/releases

v0.5.3 (November 15th 2015):
Opportunistic TLS encryption among compatible nodes
SQLite zeroes deleted blocks
Bundled Windows / OSX executables include a working PoW library and translations
Assorted UI fixes
Blacklisting senders is easier
Network tab show sync status

v0.5.2 (November 8th 2015):
The sizes of components like account lists and addressbooks are now resizable, and PyBitmessage remembers the sizes across restarts. No more "Recieved" column stretching across half the screen! Also the saving of these attributes now works correctly on linux.
PyBitmessage now includes a library for faster PoW. You have to compile it yourself, on a Unix-like system that should be very easy. Unfortunately, I was unable find out how to include it in the binary (Windows/OSX) releases correctly yet. Precompiled Windows libraries (both 32bit and 64bit) are avalable for download for those who run PyBitmessage from python.

v0.5.1 (November 1st 2015):
There is nothing major, just plenty of small bugfixes that will make your user experience smoother.

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December 21, 2015, 04:48:50 PM
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https://github.com/mailchuck/PyBitmessage/releases/tag/v0.5.6

v0.5.6

Fixes:

portable mode on Windows now detects correctly where the binary is located. On OSX it has been improved but still not fully correct
infinite maximum acceptable difficulty was replaced with a huge but realistic setting
when running from python, button names and such are correctly localised
starting a new instance now pops up the window of the old instance (does not always work on linux though)
large messages load contents on demand as you scroll, do not freeze the interface anymore
large folders load about 6 times faster
bundled Python (for Windows/OSX executables) upgraded to 2.7.11
bundled OpenSSL (for Windows/OSX executables) upgraded to 1.0.2e. This version fixed some security bugs. I don't think that any of them affect PyBitmessage but an upgrade won't harm
and some smaller fixes
New features and enhancements

addresses and message subjects can be copied to clipboard
when replying to a channel message, you can choose to reply to channel or sender
HTML is automatically detected and such message can be switched to and from HTML mode by a single click
links in HTML can be opened, but it shows a warning (links can deanonymise you or result in you downloading malicious software)
hidden option that can prevent addresses from sending ACKs (not fully smooth yet)
users can contact support (me) directly from the interface (Help -> Contact support). It will fill out basic info about the system, like PyBitmessage version, platform, etc, so that I don't have to do guesswork.
Windows executable is packed with UPX and has smaller size
Windows executable is tested and built on Windows XP and should run on all more recent Windows versions too
OSX executable is tested and built on OSX 10.7.5 Lion, and should run on all more recent OSX versions too
More work was done on non-programming side, like creating VMs, etc.

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January 24, 2016, 10:23:19 PM
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Nuova release 0.5.7 Smiley

https://github.com/mailchuck/PyBitmessage/releases/tag/v0.5.7


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This release has an overall smoother experience. Tons of bug fixes and things that have been cleaned up.

Fixes:
- Message subjects can now be copied to clipboard again and work correctly when replying to gatewayed messages
- Portable mode should now work correctly on OSX
- Windows/OSX binaries have all the system elements (like Ok buttons) correctly localised.
- external UPnP port is now remembered across restarts
- Improved unicode handling, including invalid characters
- Search text will remain after searching is finished
- Minor spelling fixes (thanks to itsexe)
- Daemon mode fix when Qt is not available. Running PyBitmessage on headless machines now works again without problems.
- Improved search method for OpenSSL libraries. For 0.5.6, some Windows users were unable to launch Bitmessage because they had an incompatible OpenSSL library somewhere on their system. This won't be a problem anymore.
- PyBitmessage shuts down correctly if you quit immediately after launching it
- Message composing will not allow rich text anymore (it just screwed up pasting, and it was ignored once you sent the message anyway)
- Sent folder shows new sent messages correctly
- Consequent spaces in message content displayed correctly
- Message quoting fixed for messages containing HTML tags
- Messages from subscriptions have the correct colour
- Addressbook editing now changes existing entries in the message list
- Labels of subscriptions and chans can now be edited also through the addressbook and update the rest of the interface automatically
- Enabling/disabling addresses updates the addressbook automatically
- Adding new entries to blacklist didn't update the list immediately
- Number of unread messages displayed more correctly
- The Windows binary now really uses OpenSSL 1.0.2e. The previous release was announced as using OpenSSL 1.0.2e but didn't, and it also sometimes included a different OpenSSL version from the system path.

New features and enhancements:
- Message contents when viewing and composing can be zoomed (Ctrl + MouseWhell, like in a browser)
- When replying, the cursor is positioned inside the message body
- Contact support form includes python and OpenSSL version
- Messages are downloaded faster from the network peers

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Mi sono anche creato una nuova identità, l'altra per ora è in pausa e/o persa Grin

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March 24, 2016, 03:17:41 PM
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Per chi vuole partecipare, è ora possibile fare la traduzione in italiano di Bitmessage:
https://www.transifex.com/bitmessage-project/pybitmessage/translate/#it

Uscita anche nuova versione! v0.5.8

https://github.com/mailchuck/PyBitmessage/releases/tag/v0.5.8


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Since there hasn't been a new release for a while, I am making a new one. Since there isn't much work left to do before the 0.6.0 milestone, this will likely be the last 0.5.x release. If you want to make sure that 0.6 works smoothly, please try out this release and report back issues that you're having. Also, I would appreciate if people helped with the translations, I set it up on an online service Transifex so that you can do that very easily from your browser:

https://www.transifex.com/bitmessage-project/pybitmessage/

This release includes bugfixes, security improvements and some refactoring (thanks to @mirrorwish). In particular due to the security improvements I recommend that 0.4.4 users update too, as some denonymisation attacks have been addressed.

This is the list of changes:

newly arrived messages were sometimes missing or were not displayed correctly
IPv6 thread names can be correctly parsed by some logging tools
private IP range checks improved
lock file is cleaned up on exit
blacklist/whitelist labels can now be edited
don't unnecessarily send ACKs (this could have been misused for deanonymisation attacks)
don't allow getdata spamming (mitigates deanonymisation attacks)
search has been improved, now it can search without having to press return, and applies to newly selected folders and newly arrived messages
email gateway status query and settings change can be done from a menu
email gateway registration rejection messages now popup a request for changing the email address
always try all decryption keys (mitigates timing attacks)
translation system changes, fixes and updates to some translations
nodes with port 0 are rejected
HTML parser has security and rendering fixes
links for http(s) and bitcoin URIs allow an external handler in text mode also (subject to manual confirmation)
email links are handled internally (by clicking an email link, it will start composing a message to that address)
close to tray is now available
simple keybindings for quick navigation (N)ext, (P)revious, (R)eply, (C)ompose, (F)ind.
copying unicode to clipboard fixed
"Sent" folder in chans now displays both messages you sent to the channel as well as messages you sent from that channel address
multiple unicode fixes
"All identities" now has a "sent" and "trash" folder too
improvements in Tor support (reduced number of parallel connections, and PyBitmessage can now connect to hidden service nodes, but still cannot fully host a hidden service itself)
UPnP fixes
some UI refactoring (thanks @mirrorwish)
build scripts for OSX and Windows updated (I have been using them just haven't published the updates until now)

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August 21, 2016, 10:18:06 AM
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Nuova versione di Bitmessage
https://github.com/Bitmessage/PyBitmessage/releases/tag/v0.6.1

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March 02, 2017, 04:19:41 PM
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Nuova release Smiley

https://github.com/Bitmessage/PyBitmessage/releases/tag/v0.6.2

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Grande progetto, mi piace molto questa idea e da provare
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