the model i'm using for my p2p app toolkit is something i'm calling "anonymous pseudonymity" basically, your identity is an asymmetric keypair that can't be linked to a specific physical device, network address, or location through normal coms so, if you want strong anonymity you can discard your key after every session and/or keep certain keys around to provide a reference persistent or semi-persistent identity

i think basic privacy with random MAC is all you need on a physical mesh, you can't really hide from someone if you are exchanging radio packets. for that same reason, i think it is important to overlay the physical links with an anonymous mix network so you activity on the network is "decoupled" from the packets that you are transmitting

AnonymousPseudonymity (last edited 2017-12-22 17:08:15 by xj9)