The applet is now working and generates a correct message for processing
by the mix.
In my testing I have so far only used one remailer in the chain (I need
to setup others locally, i.e. mix2/mix3 to properly test chaining).
The applet requires some configuration in the HTML page, which states
where to connect to and on what port. Considering applet security, this
would always be on the same box (or looking like it's on the same box
from the applet point of view). If the applet tries to connect
elsewhere, the sandbox security will prevent this from happening
If you would like to give this applet a testdrive, the following would
- Java Runtime 1.4 browser plugin, either for Mozilla or IE
- Preferably running webserver (can be any), which only needs to be able
to pass HTML, JAR and txt files.
- Some configuration files with the public keys, reliability info etc in
the same directory as the jar file. These files are the same files 'mix'
is using and are specifically "mixlist.txt", "mlist.txt" and
- running emailserver that can forward messages to the next step in the
If you're interested in seeing it and you have access to all of the
above, let me know and I'll mail you a package containing the JAR and
html file plus some instructions on how to configure it.
On Wed, 29 May 2002, Gerard Toonstra wrote:
> If you're interested in seeing it and you have access to all of the
> above, let me know and I'll mail you a package containing the JAR and
> html file plus some instructions on how to configure it.
I would be very happy to test it. Also I'ld be interested in the source
code. Do you have chosen a license yet?
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