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Mixmaster is an anonymous remailer. Remailers provide protection against traffic analysis and allow users to send email anonymously or pseudonymously. Mixmaster consists of both client and server installations.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  07 May 2004 05:22

    Release Notes: This release uses /dev/arandom on OpenBSD, and falls back to 3DES as the Encrypt-Key cipher if IDEA is unavailable. It also sorts mail into the various mboxes if autoreply is not set and properly ignores whitespace in chain selection. Unused functions in keymgt.c were removed, and new -V, --version, and --about options were added. Minor ncurses display tweaks were made, general improvements were made for Win32 support, and a new "(e)dit configuration file" was introduced in the main menu. 'q)uit' was changed to 'q)uit w/o sending' in menusend.c. Stats downloading support was added for Win32, and a bug in buffers.c was fixed.

    •  09 Nov 2003 07:33

      Release Notes: This version features several changes for the Windows build, some install script fixes, and a fix for a problem in blockrequest() where a buffer could have been used after it was free()'d which resulted in segfaults. It now checks that feedback buffer is not null before operating on it in chain_select(), makes sure DH/DSA param file is actually opened before writing to it, fixes a segfault in case it is not, includes a minor stats fix (GM time vs. local time), and fixes a pool stats bug.

      •  25 Dec 2002 11:32

        Release Notes: This release features some documentation and packaging changes.

        •  18 Dec 2002 07:08

          Release Notes: This release includes a fix for a possible denial of service attack.

          •  17 Oct 2002 00:16

            Release Notes: A new option MAILIN can be set to either a mbox or Maildir folder. New mail will be read from it and the folder cleared every time Mixmaster processes its pool, or at MAILINTIME intervals. The Mixmaster daemon now writes a pid file, and catches SIGTERM and SIGINT. OS X is now supported.


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