Reliable Remailer User’s Manual

Some time back the TCUEC website resurrected the Reliable Remailer User’s Manual” that’s was unavailable on the web for over a year. Amid the continuing news of the NSA’s data-collection endeavours, privacy, anonymity, and the obfuscation of traffic analysis is more important than ever.

The right to privacy: use it, or lose it.

Published in: Geekiness, General, History, Security | on May 17th, 2006| 5 Comments »

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  1. On 10/12/2006 at 3:44 pm Victoria Said:

    I need help with a remail issue. I need to have a letter mailed from any where around Madrid, Spain.

    Second issue: I need an address somewhere around Madrid, Spain that I can have one letter sent to and have the letter mailed back to me in the US.

    You have a great deal of information that could help me with these issues.
    I’ve used Budd’s in the past, but he appears to have gone out of business ?

    Thank You.

  2. On 10/12/2006 at 10:09 pm Nemo Said:

    I’ve never been much interested in physical remailing… but my limited knowledge of the subject, and my Google-fu, suggests you might want to check any one or more of these links

    Also, Mail Boxes Etc have locations in Spain, and I *think*, but am not positive, that Spanish post offices will remail letters sent to them with appropriate postage, the same way that U.S. post offices do.

  3. On 2/23/2007 at 7:40 pm Mike Said:

    I found the Reliable user manual a big help. I dropped them a message requesting they fix the link to the operator manual since I can’t seem to stumble across the correct spelling but it still doesn’t seem to be working. Any suggestions?

  4. On 2/24/2007 at 2:53 am Nemo Said:

    Thanks for the comment; I’ve IM’d one of the parties behind the TCUEC site, and they’ll hopefully get it fixed sometime in the next couple of days. If not, feel free to give them a nudge by email at the end of the week. The email form on their site really does work, though I’ve no idea how often the mail gets read.

    I believe they have copies of all the documentation, as well as the remailer software itself, but I’m not positive on the latter. I know I have a copy of Matt Ghio’s remailer script around here somewhere, if you’re interested in really early remailer software. Not sure what documentation it includes, but if you’re interested, I can try to find it for you.

  5. On 2/25/2007 at 1:03 pm Nemo Said:

    For what it’s worth, I’m told the link is now fixed, and you can find the operators’ manual here.