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Dark Mail is not the only solution in the secure mail space, but just as Lavabit’s preoccupation with privacy and user autonomy was a rarity when it started …

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22 Responses to DEF CON 22 – Dark Mail – Ladar Levison and Stephen Watt

  1. Mattias Eriksson says:

    *Will Dark Mail be the next generation e-mail?*
    Lavabit was forced to shut down, since the government wanted access to all
    the mails they had and lavabit refused. Now +Ladar Levison have created the
    next generation safe email. A secure mail solution that doesn’t require
    anything extra from the user, it just works and have end to end
    encryption… that means that the mail provider can’t turn over your mails
    to anyone.
    The problem here is, that many of the big mail providers like to scan your
    email to be able to sell you ads, but that will be impossible here. So the
    question is, if this will take off or not? What do you think?

  2. Frosty says:

    This is the start of a future where government surveillance becomes much
    harder than it currently is, and these guys are the pioneers, we should
    have nothing but the utmost respect and support for the work they’re doing.

  3. Letuzfuk says:

    Hurry the fuck up with it my niggas you are taking a while now

  4. Enteroctopus dofleini says:

    DEF CON 22 – Dark Mail – Ladar Levison and Stephen Watt

  5. Nakazo Moto says:

    a good explenaiton of how DIME protocol will work ones it releas

  6. Jeremy Huijon says:

    his case really changed my way of looking at government access and the
    whole patriot act….

  7. $h0rtcut says:

    These guys deserve a beer.

  8. Douglas Kuhn says:

    *Will Dark Mail be the next generation e-mail?*
    Lavabit was forced to shut down, since the government wanted access to all
    the mails they had and lavabit refused. Now +Ladar Levison have created the
    next generation safe email. And secure mail solution that doesn’t require
    anything extra from the user, it just works and have end to end
    encryption… that means that the mail provider can’t turn over your mails
    to anyone.
    The problem here is, that many of the big mail providers like to scan your
    email to be able to sell you ads, but that will be impossible here. So the
    question is, if this will take off or not? What do you think?

  9. Milo OSDATA says:

    I am amazed that a new system on a “secure” server is controlled by Telnet!
    How is that possibly secure?
    If you need some volunteer programming, I am an old time C programmer…

  10. leif larsen says:

    nice video

  11. NIOC630 says:

    that is one pissed off man

  12. Alex Edwards says:

    When will they upload more talks 🙁 or where can I get some?

  13. İslam Yaşar says:

    is there any link for slides ? 

  14. MrDeejayjfx says:

    Bring it on.

  15. xssoon says:

    MAN! That guy is huuuuuuge!
    Very interesting stuff and a possible better future for email communication
    :)

  16. Leonidas Spyropoulos says:

    Meet DIME – (former Dark Mail)

  17. Ovidiu Bernaschi says:

    For those who weren’t able to attend Ladar Levison’s #DarkMail (#DIME) talk
    at DEF CON, the video is now online.
    >The first half focuses on what they try to protect, and why its important.
    >The second half of the video focuses on how Ladar’s team accomplishes
    their goals.
    Enjoy.

  18. Charles Hammond Jr says:

    I want to install this on my own Email Server.

  19. DaNeedle says:

    How to fight in 2014. Hats off. And Jesus, what a Cyborg Stephen is.
    Awesome!

  20. Daniel Pohlke says:

    Do you want to know who reads your email?
    This is not too difficult to understand…
    DEF CON 22 – Dark Mail – Ladar Levison and Stephen Watt

    OK, lets see if can listen and how far you get.
    Where in mm:ss is your favorite sentence?

  21. Ilia Rostovtsev says:

    Dark Mail – Ladar Levison and Stephen Watt

  22. Miroslav says:

    he sounds like a really smart version of chris chan

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