[dba-Tech] The Monero Project

Stuart McLachlan stuart at lexacorp.com.pg
Tue Oct 17 17:03:11 CDT 2017

WTF?   There is ZERO  personal  information there - it's just showing standard DNS,  
internet routing and HTML header info.
Can you spell "paranoia" ?  :-)

On 17 Oct 2017 at 14:55, Jim Lawrence wrote:

> Hi All:
> How open is your personal ID and other specifics available on the
> internet. Click the following link and see:
> https://www.askapache.com/online-tools/whoami/ Don't forget to press
> on the button marked; "Show my Information" for a complete dump of all
> your stats.
> The above example is very simple but given the ability to
> cross-reference all your data with all your online transactions,
> listing all your contacts and family and now adding in your financial
> and medical records, you are now more exposed than ever to every
> online person or organization who wants to take advantage of you. 
> Maybe we should start looking for methods that will protect the
> identities of our clients, our familes and ourselves.(?) To that end
> there is many technologies being actively developed.
> An open network for secure, decentralized communication.
> https://matrix.org/
> ...and how it all works: https://matrix.org/#about
> There is the new distributive protocol IPFS which I have discussed
> before. https://ipfs.io/ ...and an overview
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CMxDNuuAiQ 
> There is a new form of money that has all the encrypted feature of
> Bitcoin but is absolutely not traceable, is not limited and has fast
> transactions. This and a number of other privacy and security projects
> are under the umbrella project, Monero. 
> https://getmonero.org/the-monero-project/
> Monero is the leading cryptocurrency with a focus on private and
> censorship-resistant transactions.
> https://getmonero.org/get-started/what-is-monero/
> What is Kovri? Kovri is a free, decentralized, anonymity technology.
> https://getkovri.org/
> What is OpenAlias? OpenAlias seeks to provide a way to simplify
> aliasing amidst a rapidly shifting technology climate. Users are
> trying to cross the bridge to private and cryptographically secure
> infrastructure and systems, but many of them have just barely started
> remembering the email addresses of their friends and family.
> https://openalias.org/
> Jim
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