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Re: ISPs slowing P2P traffic...
On Wed, 09 Jan 2008 15:04:37 EST, Deepak Jain said: > Encouraging "encryption" of more protocols is an interesting way to > discourage this kind of shaping. Dave Dittrich, on another list yesterday: > They're not the only ones getting ready. There are at least 5 anonymous > P2P file sharing networks that use RSA or Diffie-Hellman key exchange > to seed AES/Rijndael encryption at up to 256 bits. See: > http://www.planetpeer.de/wiki/index.php/Main_Page > You can only filter that which you can see, and there are many ways > to make it hard to see what's going over the wire. Bottom line - "they" can probably deploy the countermeasures faster than "we" can deploy the shaping....