stephane at sources.org
Tue Mar 9 07:54:00 GMT 2021
On Mon, Mar 08, 2021 at 11:35:19PM +0100,
nothien at uber.space <nothien at uber.space> wrote
a message of 60 lines which said:
> Firstly, most Gemini documents are (intentionally) pretty tiny,
> fitting within maybe 1 or 2 KB.
50% of the Gemtext resources are 1,099 bytes or less
> Length-analysis prevention is not Gemini's job, it's the job of TLS.
TLS cannot do it alone, and this is why it is opt-in. Padding without
knowledge of the application is dangerous.
> In conclusion, it's not Gemini's responsibility to handle these kinds of
> Some have suggested Gemini over TOR as a solution to prevent the
> more invasive attacks, but I haven't seen much development on that
Gemini already works over Tor.
1) You can use a "torified" client or simply run an unmodified client
with a wrapper like torify. Note that many exit nodes connect only to
80 and 443 which may be a problem (less exit nodes => less anonymity).
2) You can easily configure a capsule to run under .onion
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