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September 06, 2011, 02:19:33 AM
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im more keen on waste myself, alliance is a bit bloated if you ask me. if you want to add me, paste that in and post yours.

wasteagain.dyndns-ip.com

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WASTE_PUBLIC_KEY 20 4096 ctoon6
BADDC4D3644D0D995AB75CA6B034A97A079CE6B23FE81FBCB3FD19C9332F
F7A745F42B840ED1A55894BC47A22E48AD4AA038F1EDAB77B296154D1D62
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2370DA858602227511BE428F703C5025F5D46623CF74C7334063AB4F5CF5
0C2499C68E7DA4989C735F499276AE9A5B40A8A5C54910E2987254F46EAF
A7B37B13CD9E94DF7BE16DC547DA247193E372377BFD6A169F6B726DE939
3D5C7605266872AE5FDC95C5C5B66C8C10A38C7F105F411D1569EC86F013
F4914D47A9D212878DCB81646078E4052599A9809C04C3E734AB5CF59527
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187E1754C487F205C9E4900C8255E866F622412B1726C78BDE77616EC8D5
9C0C01864CA15E2B3DB590440ADF779C9D12482037AF49E87DDB5D345087
BCF1CA7F6779D1F65FE0C36AE7234BA1C6FEAE45C3D2DF2C04900738C3E5
2733A7B840786FB95B1369FB54801964E63BFC205E96D24F7A9EED1E264A
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5A3AA885B623D290EE33AB79FD8066F1F2D6564801A5C4B4D02D023AACDC
0CB50003010001
WASTE_PUBLIC_KEY_END

also, you probably want to use the latest build of WASTE again, i use build 442

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September 06, 2011, 04:27:27 AM
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On Usenet one depends on server operators so it isn't really a solution if you want to hide traces.

Solution to what?  Being anonymous? 

Isn't usenet pretty much perfect for the use?  I mean you have a huge number decentralized servers everywhere,  usenet was the internet before HTML.  It has many uses besides filesharing, also have encryption via SSL to hide from nosy eyes.  No it isn't perfect, but authorities are always go gonna after low hanging fruit, cause they are the easiest to get to.   

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September 07, 2011, 01:36:12 AM
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i forgot to mention the waste again network password is "bitcoin"

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September 08, 2011, 01:55:20 PM
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Solution to what?  Being anonymous?
Well, it depends. Either that or for keeping things private which is what Alliance or WASTE are good for. You aren't really anonymous when using waste. It's more like a virtual private network where data can be transferred in a secure (encrypted) way, but someone outside knows whom you are connected with and can possibly analyze the (encrypted) data you transfer. So the attacker is for example able to guess what you are transferring by looking at how much traffic you generate. Also you are not really anonymous to others inside the network, because you connect to them. If you create an open network that everyone can join you loose all benefits.

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Isn't usenet pretty much perfect for the use?  I mean you have a huge number decentralized servers everywhere,
Yes, but it depends on a lot of factors. First of all the admin of a server can always watch you and since data isn't encrypted (unless you encrypt postings) people watching know what you are downloading. Of course it's hard to have an eye on all servers, but your ISP knows everything and the server operator too. Also messages you write can usually be used to identify you if you don't taker lots of precautions. You can operate your own server of course, but this partly takes away the benefits of Usenet, especially when you make a private one. Also it can be costly if you have to store and transfer all the data.

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usenet was the internet before HTML.
I have been using Usenet for a long time and I don't know why people always say things like that. Historically you didn't even need to have an actual internet connection to access them. HTML is a markup language. I guess you mean HTTP which was preceded by Gopher, also younger than the Usenet, which you can already guess by the fact that NNTP is described in RFC 977 while Gopher is first described in RFC 1436.

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It has many uses besides filesharing, also have encryption via SSL to hide from nosy eyes.  No it isn't perfect, but authorities are always go gonna after low hanging fruit, cause they are the easiest to get to.
You are right with that, but using other protocols, like Freenet (FMS provides an NNTP interface, but there are many other applications), I2P (Forums, Bittorrent, ... ) provide all the benefits while just being a little slower. Also they are easier accessible. Have you ever tried to find an open news server that provides access to binaries? And if you roll out your own with your own groups and stuff, even if you have the money for server, storage and traffic it can be hard to find someone to pull from it.

Again, I think you are right with what you say and NNTP is very nice, but most things can be done easier especially if you want to remain anonymous and/or secure. NNTP wasn't designed for these things. In a lot of Newsgroups nobody will talk to you if you don't use your real name (or what looks like one).

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September 09, 2011, 12:49:58 PM
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I like this network as I value my privacy

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March 22, 2012, 04:01:43 PM
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Is that a one time code ?
Yes, it was so. But now I also created my new permanent code.
Code:
beJY+XLaeoMsBQ

And are you using SSL ?
Yes, I am. Please try to connect to my node. I want to check it.

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March 23, 2012, 02:18:09 AM
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You should check out Retroshare:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=67364.0

F2F filesharing, chat, messaging, and forums

I have a little friend network building.  PM me your PGP certificate if you want to try.
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