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Telecomix Crypto Munitions Bureau is part of Telecomix. This wiki is used for discussing technology and philosophy. For other projects, see the WeRebuild(Heavily outdated) and the Blue Cabinet (monitoring surveillance companies).
If you find anything interesting and want to talk about it (we don't bother with e-mails) join us at irc.telecomix.org Port 6667 (6697 for SSL). We can also be reached at WNH. IRC is irc://irc.wnh.me Port 6667 (6697 SSL).
 Telecomix Crypto Munitions Bureau?
A decentralized organization without membership. The bureaus goals are described in this paper issued by Cameron. Beyond that, we also do whatever we want.
- Aint No Party Like a Cryptoparty!
- TETRA hacking is coming: OsmocomTETRA
- Slideshow on hacktivism, encryption, online anonymity, & darknets 101 now up at: http://scr.bi/yLxMak (same with https)
- WSJ Surveillance Catalog / Spy Files aka axis of evil
- HTTPS/SSL probably dead: Deep Packet Spying Breaches Gmail and All Security, also: Hackers break SSL encryption used by millions of sites.
- Added a basic guide to Deploying, Implementing and Using Cryptographic Systems.
- AES weakened by 2 Bits
- TCMB Station 7 checks in for the first time :)
- Older news
- Full communication and storage system
- Project Byzantium
- RetroShare: a decentralised communication platform / darknet based on GPG & OpenSSL Needs moar analyzing(Maybe not safe) Still very much in Beta.
- Tahoe-LAFS Distributed encrypted file system
- Encrypted Communication
- GPG / Mac Encryption for mails, files and more. No forward secrecy!
- OTR Extremely IMPORTANT for Instant Messaging - USE THIS
- Tomb strong semi-deniable encryption for the desktop and safe transports
- Tcpcrypt a protocol that attempts to encrypt (almost) all of your network traffic.
- CurveCP Usable security for the Internet
- Crayfish Safe IRC shelter server (concept).
- LUKS LUKS is the standard for Linux hard disk encryption.
- Truecrypt Disk encryption
- Silc : Secure Internet Live Conferencing : IRC like but much more safer (to be written) SILCNET Offical Website
- Cryptocat -- in-browser c(h)atroom with clientside encryption for 2+ chatters. Join Cryptocat-IRC channel: #Cryptocat
- Enigmail OpenPGP add-on for Thunderbird
- Mumble, voice communication like the non-free TeamSpeak, with SSL encryption, good and very simple replacement to Skype (if video is not needed)
- Anontwi Shell client to have more privacy on Twitter and identi.ca
- Anonymous General Purpose Operating Systems
- Anonymous and Alternative Networks
- Telex (Telex is a complex and extreamly effective anti-censorship system. WARNING: Still in testing stages, not ready for actual deployment.)
- Tor (Peer reviewed, understood and very secure anonymity network.)
- Tor combined with VPN, SSH or Proxy
- Mobile Anonymity
- I2P (Likely unsafe in extremely dangerous situations, peer review needed)
- OnionCat (Anonymous IPv6 tunneling on top of Tor/I2P.)
- cjdns (No peer review, early-stage friend-to-friend IPv6 VPN)
- Netsukuku - Internet Protocol based alternative to ICANNnet - currently lacks dedicated anonymization mechanism, mainly based on physical WLAN links
- General-purpose VPN software
- curvetun (lightweight multiuser IP tunnel based on elliptic curve cryptography, howto)
- OpenVPN (Direct p2p VPN.) - Lacking peer review
- VTun - Peer review: no strong security
- PPTP (Knowledge needed to set up a linux computer as an IPREDATOR-router for your entire net.) PPTP is not safe to use
- quicktun - uses Elliptic Curves, popular in dn42 community
- IPSec (for example OpenSWAN)
- Economy & Money
- Backup software
- Sousveillance/Counter Surveillance
- Miscellaneous Scripts
- Hardware security
- Tails Debian based OS using Tor
- Liberté Linux Gentoo-based LiveUSB for communication in hostile environments
- dyne:bolic 100% free GNU/Linux
- Discussion About Privacy And Anonymity Kids
- Haven is a Live operating system based on Ubuntu - RIP (Development discountinued as of v1.3.4)
- Byzantium Secure live CD for emergency situations to communicate and collaborate.
- OccupyOS Secure live CD developed with ease of use and secure, deniable communication in mind.
- Pirate Linux developed by members of the Canadian Pirate Party.
- Build your own livething using qemu
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 Needed Software - projects
Software we may need for further projects, still to be found or written
- SIP Software Modem for Dial-Up / BBS projects
- BBS gateway to give access to web services through low bandwidth connections
 Physical infrastructure
- Anonymous Base Station
- Blocklists - firewall all authorities!
- Trusted Platform Module
 Repository of research articles
 Cryptography for The Post-Quantum Computing Era
- The McEliece cryptosystem is likely secure against Shor's algorithm.
- The One Time Pad system is secure against all possible forms of cryptanalysis.
- The redundant cryptosystem (partially sketched up, move it here)
- Quantum computer (Project for trying to learn how quantum computers works)
- Quantum Hacking
 Books, papers and logs
- Telecomix Crypto Munitions Bureau - The Apocryphal Machinery of Ciphernautics (Collaborative book-writing)
 Further Links
- Wiki-Article about Crypto Wars by Open Rights Group
- Underground Book
- A Cypherpunk's Manifesto, that is nowadays even more relevant
 Meetings and seminars
- TCMB agent discussing ACTA in the European Parliament
- Telecomix at Festa Dei Pirati, Italy.
- Summer of Cipher Assembly -- A series of seminars held by TCMB.
- SoCA course material
- The IT security expo
- Telecomix Crypto Workshop for Journalists
 TCMB official documents
- Request for the deployment of a crypto munitions bureau
- Workers needed for the Telecomix Crypto Munitions Bureau
 Interesting papers/pads
- European Union Committee - Fifth Report: Protecting Europe against large-scale cyber-attacks
- Security and Crypto Pad (unknown purpose)
- US Army considered attack on Wikileaks
 Software watch list
Interesting software that is yet to be investigated.
- CrypTool / JCrypTool: graphical cryptography teaching tool
- AlpineLinux hardened and lightweight Linux distribution for setting up routers / gateways
- Deep Packet Inspection
- Phone numbers to some politicians
- Riseup Labs - cool stuff!
- Kartbuilding.net - lots of cool guides on linux software
- Step-by-step guide to setting up LUKS-encrypted LVM with Ubuntu (useful reference)
- Haskell -- random notes
- Cypherpunks list
- Interception Capabilities Report, 2000
- China's Great Firewall Tests Mysterious Scans On Encrypted Connections
- p2p Hackers list
- THC Wiki
- US and the (broken) freedom of expression
- Infoanarchy Wiki
- Forensics wiki
- OpenDPI, source code of a crappy DPI, that is used in real-world systems
- Buggedplanet - Intel of Vendors of SIGINT/COMINT/LI and supporting Technologies and Systems
- CCC conference video archive
- Project PM
- Blue cabinet