[quote=“neo, post:8, topic:11952”]
So it would mean a complete rewrite and redesign of the network itself and specially the authentication mechanism.
[/quote] Which has not been happening of late?
Yes I know we are still in dev and big rewrites are needed.
I also couldn’t find any “Canary Watch” page on Maid websites so how do we know the team has not been “got at” already? I don’t know much about how these orgs work but I totally believe Maid will work at some point so perhaps some of these orgs also believe that and have had a word already, not that I think a Canary would really help against these orgs. I know the code is open source for public review but you only need one bug in one line of code that only one genius in a million or 100 million people could find to split the whole thing open for an org of 1000’s of people.
This idea is a serious ******** idea, it could deliver things that we haven’t thought of yet and I’m 100% sure the government know about it and have it under tight review, why would they not? if some idea is promising to deliver a network to enable the distribution of terrorist material that is unstoppable and is halfway proven? there are not many ideas like this and if not only under tight review but at the top of the ********* review list.
So the code reviewers we need cannot be western based at the first release to ensure total trust. This IP bill kills all trust in western security firms.
hmm, typing this after a few drinks tonight Ive just had an idea for a business.