X
12.23.14 Peter Yeh

Tribler, the peer-to-peer decentralized BitTorrent client, recently released an anonymity engine, based on Tor. Tor is free software, originally developed by the US Navy, for online anonymity. However, the people behind Tor have made a cursory cryptanalysis of Tribler. They’ve found severe deficiencies in the encryption. The code that generates the encryption keys is weak, […]

Read More…

03.11.13 Andy Cush

Bitcoins are the next best thing to using cash on the internet: totally anonymous and tied to no central bank, the digital currency allows for peer-to-peer transactions across the web without the possibility of being identified. In the past, uses for Bitcoins have been somewhat limited: web properties like WordPress and Reddit accept it as […]

Read More…

05.25.12 Jay Smooth

New York legislators are trying to effectively outlaw all anonymous comments online. This is a bad idea for a bunch of reasons. Ill Doctrine is a video blog on music, politics and culture, launched in 2007 by Jay Smooth. We will be premiering two episodes a week on ANIMAL. Older episodes can be found at […]

Read More…