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Re: SpaceMesh.org and SuperMesh.io asset
« Reply #40 on: July 05, 2015, 10:14:58 pm »

Agreed, Satinder, the more meshnets you can connect into the better for the project. My request continues to be that the privacy and anonymity of spacenet users be the number-one priority.

It is my layman's understanding that any meshnet will prevent man-in-the-middle and other spy operations. Is that true?

Yes, preventing MITM and Spy operations is the feature of CJDNS MeshNET. All data transected on network is encrypted. So, spying would be tougher than usual Internet Spying if it would be possible at all. But, CJDNS MeshNET, just like Bitcoin Protocol or any other Blockchain Protocol is in still experimental stage. There's more research happening in MeshNet development. The security risks in MeshNET would be not the same, but different than Internet's. Those can be dealt on Node level, but still the protocol is evolving. More nodes on MeshNET would help the research and development on MeshNET and eventually we'll have more stronger security over MeshNET than we have today.

And more generally: how *would* a spy try to infiltrate a meshnet? I understand that an NSA (CIA, IRS, SEC, ETC) agent could start up his own nodes on spacenet and pretend to be a "normal" user, whose trust he eventually wins over. Is there another method a spy could use to pry into spacenet users' privacy?

Each node in MeshNET works as a routing node, to reach other nodes. If a node in the route is a spy node they can setup some monitoring services logging the activity of nodes passing through them. But, in any case they can not spoof or pretend to be someone else. The reason is, the IPv6 which is assigned to a node is not just made from the MAC address of Network Card. The IPv6 is made with the combination of Public Key, Private Key and Network Card's MAC address.

If a website/service is hosted on a MeshNET node and other MeshNET nodes are requesting the service from that IP, the routing nodes can not pretend to be them, they can only try to monitor the traffic routing through them. Even that would be encrypted.

These two links might be of some use for more information on CJDNS and security:
https://www.reddit.com/r/darknetplan/comments/1vq87d/project_meshnet_for_everyone_a_complete
https://wiki.enigmabox.net/cipherspace/cjdns
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tEkyLOh-tY

I think you'll get better answers on CJDNS community. You can head over to it's reddit channels:

https://www.reddit.com/r/darknetplan

https://www.reddit.com/r/hyperboria/

https://www.reddit.com/r/cjdns/
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Re: SpaceMesh.org and SuperMesh.io asset
« Reply #41 on: July 05, 2015, 11:26:02 pm »

So with this space mesh network, would this enable a free, decentralised internet that would work using devices such as the proxyHam?
Sounds a great idea, the hard thing is getting enough people to use it to create a network.
I could also see govt making them illegal.

It always comes to technology geeks first. The Software will the be first thing accessible to people.

They'll assemble their stock IoT device or make their own custom hardware. They can use it for themselves or sell it further.

ProxyHam is surely a cool thing. I think there'll be more such options in coming years.

When enough people will be using SuperMesh.io nodes for different reasons like Anonymity, Security, Free MeshNet services, On demand Internet access (No regular contracts needed) which are payable via NXT or BTC or any other crypto, these nodes will go in demand. People need freedom of choice, privacy and security.

This project covers almost all aspects of it. In the beginning there'll be less people on this network, just like the first days of Bitcoin you can say. Eventually there'll be a lot more, just like after 6+ years today we have. More on Bitcoin network, and a lot on altcoin networks.

There'll be legal issues, there'll be options, there'll be parallel multiple MeshNet variants. More choices are expect to come in this area soon. It's just the beginning of MeshNET development, and we are at the right place at right time I think.

Yes quite true, people will find ways to buy them if they want, i guess its more to do with the RF band that legal issues could present a problem, depending on the country.

With spacemesh, if satellites are going to be used, how will that work, as they are expensive?
satellites are only for the final phase, to connect all the localmesh regions together
these localmesh regions are created from wifi meshes that are connected via high bandwidth point to point nodes using devices similar to the one posted above.

so the cost of satellites will be spread across the entire network
in the interim encrypted packets via normal internet will need to be used

OK, sweet, that makes sense.
Anyway i want to be one of the first to try it, so im keen to purchase whatever gear i need to test it :)
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Re: SpaceMesh.org and SuperMesh.io asset
« Reply #42 on: July 06, 2015, 12:05:47 am »

So with this space mesh network, would this enable a free, decentralised internet that would work using devices such as the proxyHam?
Sounds a great idea, the hard thing is getting enough people to use it to create a network.
I could also see govt making them illegal.

It always comes to technology geeks first. The Software will the be first thing accessible to people.

They'll assemble their stock IoT device or make their own custom hardware. They can use it for themselves or sell it further.

ProxyHam is surely a cool thing. I think there'll be more such options in coming years.

When enough people will be using SuperMesh.io nodes for different reasons like Anonymity, Security, Free MeshNet services, On demand Internet access (No regular contracts needed) which are payable via NXT or BTC or any other crypto, these nodes will go in demand. People need freedom of choice, privacy and security.

This project covers almost all aspects of it. In the beginning there'll be less people on this network, just like the first days of Bitcoin you can say. Eventually there'll be a lot more, just like after 6+ years today we have. More on Bitcoin network, and a lot on altcoin networks.

There'll be legal issues, there'll be options, there'll be parallel multiple MeshNet variants. More choices are expect to come in this area soon. It's just the beginning of MeshNET development, and we are at the right place at right time I think.

Yes quite true, people will find ways to buy them if they want, i guess its more to do with the RF band that legal issues could present a problem, depending on the country.

With spacemesh, if satellites are going to be used, how will that work, as they are expensive?
satellites are only for the final phase, to connect all the localmesh regions together
these localmesh regions are created from wifi meshes that are connected via high bandwidth point to point nodes using devices similar to the one posted above.

so the cost of satellites will be spread across the entire network
in the interim encrypted packets via normal internet will need to be used

OK, sweet, that makes sense.
Anyway i want to be one of the first to try it, so im keen to purchase whatever gear i need to test it :)

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Re: SpaceMesh.org and SuperMesh.io asset
« Reply #43 on: July 06, 2015, 12:47:30 am »

Added 3 more amazing feature tasks to the list:
  • End-to-End Encrypted Email without any central server
  • End-to-End Encrypted Voice Calls without any central server
  • Act as local VPN and encrypt all data connectivity to old Internet

Spreadsheet link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1ya9fMS0Z0-xSew2rhLcHKbB9y4HVERwk9t-G1W4PzlY
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Re: SpaceMesh.org and SuperMesh.io asset
« Reply #44 on: July 06, 2015, 11:06:55 am »

Expect a test release with basic features soon. Only for Tech people. Recommended hardware Raspberry Pi 2
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Re: SpaceMesh.org and SuperMesh.io asset
« Reply #45 on: July 06, 2015, 09:59:01 pm »

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Re: SpaceMesh.org and SuperMesh.io asset
« Reply #46 on: July 07, 2015, 03:30:17 am »

http://cointelegraph.com/news/114766/the-internet-is-sold-out-new-ip-addresses-not-available?ref=2604

I guess this is good in the sense IPv6 will be implemented universally sooner rather than later. Funny what it takes to break out of complacency.

With CJNS MeshNET it runs on IPv6 using unique local addresses - fcxx. And still has potential to go bigger than IPv4 network.
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Re: SpaceMesh.org and SuperMesh.io asset
« Reply #47 on: July 09, 2015, 04:24:43 am »

So, who's ready for SuperMesh.io's new test release? ;)

What you expect in this test release?
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Re: SpaceMesh.org and SuperMesh.io asset
« Reply #48 on: July 10, 2015, 10:15:38 am »

How Satellites Are Helping Investors: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SdHDgcORe6Y

I guess mesh satellite will be sooner than later  ;)

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« Reply #49 on: July 10, 2015, 10:25:58 am »

How Satellites Are Helping Investors: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SdHDgcORe6Y

I guess mesh satellite will be sooner than later  ;)

Awesome!
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« Reply #50 on: July 10, 2015, 10:45:49 pm »

I have a concept in mind which will support oldest Raspberry Pi as well being a SuperMesh.io node.

Will work on it, and next test release after this coming one will totally support all Raspberry Pi models.
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« Reply #51 on: July 11, 2015, 07:06:35 am »

Good stuff, grewalsatinder. I will dust off my model B if there is a release for older models. :D

Right now, I'm just struggling to have public CJDNS peer which could connect all us together. Since, the one and only CJDNS Public peer I had died now. If anybody could exchange a CJDNS public peer, that would be great.
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Re: SpaceMesh.org and SuperMesh.io asset
« Reply #52 on: July 11, 2015, 06:10:52 pm »

Good stuff, grewalsatinder. I will dust off my model B if there is a release for older models. :D

Right now, I'm just struggling to have public CJDNS peer which could connect all us together. Since, the one and only CJDNS Public peer I had died now. If anybody could exchange a CJDNS public peer, that would be great.

I have CJDNS node (willing to publish) but it is not connected to the hyperboria net.
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« Reply #53 on: July 11, 2015, 10:14:14 pm »

When do these assets become available?
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« Reply #54 on: July 11, 2015, 10:48:20 pm »

When do these assets become available?
I need the launch codes. cant seem to find them...

the riddle was solved in slack
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« Reply #55 on: July 11, 2015, 11:27:58 pm »

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Re: SpaceMesh.org and SuperMesh.io asset
« Reply #56 on: July 12, 2015, 01:01:50 pm »

SuperMesh.io Test Release:
Version: Beta 0.01
Date: 12 July 2015
File: SuperMesh.io-beta-0.01-12-07-2015.img
MD5: 7627b0ad853f4989baefc6ee844e8b7b
SHA256: fe52125928e8126cff128d3fe8937731e3fce395d8cf999e07bd04bb80ff3e1c
Description: SuperMesh.io Test Release is a small bundle of applications and services which provides easy access to various decentralized technologies like MeshNET, NXT Full Client, Decentralized DNSs, TOR websites/services (eg. .onion websites). It's a basic feature build/OS which enables any person with some technical knowledge to build their own Raspberry Pi device and use it as smart router provding easy access to MeshNET and Decentralized technologies.
File Download Link: https://mega.nz/#!rUsiGQRB!6eFNsoUCAnnlnz8wQCM4vBe8iTUEdIa43h6wCtdFpdw

Included Features:
1. NXT Full Node
2. Updates NXT automatically.
3. Access to .nxt DNS
4. Decentralized DNS with IPv4 & IPv6 Support
5. HotSpot WiFi
6. Access MeshNET services as SuperMesh.io WiFi client with ease.
7. Access TOR services (.onion) as SuperMesh.io WiFi client with ease.
8. Run NXT Full Client using TOR Network
9. Run NXT Full Client with IPv6 Support Enabled
10. Easy access to NXT client via web page
11. Auto Configure CJDNS and connect it to Hyperboria network
12. Easy access to MeshNET websites/services as SuperMesh.io WiFi client.


NOTE: This test release is still experimental. It's best you evaluate it, test it, break it, and improve it's security features and share your findings and solutions with the community, so others can also make it secure and make more efficient use of it. If you could enhance it's security, please share your solution. I'll include your solution in the next build and put your name in credits.

Recommended Hardware:
1. Raspberry Pi 2
2.1 Edimax WiFi Adaptor - Model EW-7811UN (for WiFi Access Point)
2.2 One more Edimax WiFi Adaptor - Model EW-7811UN (for connecting your node to existing WiFi connection)
3. Monitor
4. USB Keyboard & Mouse
5. HDMI cable
6. You can use micro USB Charger from most phones and cameras to power your Raspberry Pi.
7. microSD Card (8GB or 16GB) - I used SanDisk Extreme Plus. Little bit faster than usual.

You can follow common instructions from Raspberry Pi website to install SuperMesh.io image on microSD card: https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/installing-images/README.md


#### SSH and Terminal Access Details ####
SSH/Terminal Login:
Username: pi
Password: SpaceMesh


#### IMPORTANT: Change the default Password ####
It's very important to change your SuperMesh.io node's default login password to something different and stronger. You can change the password after logging in to SSH or Terminal using command 'sudo raspi-config'. Use arrow keys and select second option 'Change User Password' to enter new password.


#### WiFi Access Point Access Details ####
WiFi Access Point Info:
Default SSID: SuperMesh.io WiFi
Default Password: SpaceMesh.org


#### How to change your default WiFi Access Point's Password ####
Default password of WiFi Access Point can be changed from file /etc/hostapd/hostapd.conf
There change the value of 'wpa_passphrase'.

#### How to connect your SuperMesh.io node to existing WiFi connection ####
For that you'll need to edit '/etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf' file as root user. Use following command:

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sudo nano -c /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf
If your existing WiFi connection does not need any password to connect to just give it's SSID on line 6. Replace word 'YOUR_WIFI_ID_HERE' with your SSID.

If your existing WiFi connection needs to be connected using password, I have configured common settings there. Go to line 13 and update your WiFi SSID where it says 'YOUR_WIFI_ID_HERE', and replace the string 'YOUR_WIFI_PASSWORD' with your existing WiFi connection's password.

Save the file, and restart networking service:

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sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart
Or just reboot your system with command 'sudo reboot'. Next time you boot up your system, it should connect to WiFi. If not, you have to find your correct settings for WiFi configuration. Search 'How to setup WiFi on Raspberry Pi'. That might be of some help. :)



#### TOR Network and Access Details ####
System by default connects to clearnet. It does not enable TOR access for WiFi clients by default. There are two ways to enable TOR access to WiFi clients.

1. Enable line 21 from file /etc/network/iptables.ipv4.nat. Remove '#' from the line, save it and restart network interface, or just reboot the system. This will route all traffic of WiFi connected clients by default through TOR. Whatever service they'll access will pass through TOR network. You can visit website 'ipchicken.com' and it will show you your public IP and a hostname if there's one for that public IP.

But, some people still don't trust TOR service. That's why I set it not as default to route all traffic of connected WiFi clients through TOR. In case you do not want to mess with iptables, you can use the second option.

2. Use SOCKS Proxy setting for your browser or applications to access TOR services or route through TOR network. Following are SOCKS Proxy details:
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SOCKS Proxy IP: 192.168.10.1
SOCKS Proxy Port: 9050

With second option you do not need to do any changes to iptables or anything else. Just connect to WiFi Access Point of SuperMesh.io node and use proxy settings to surf internet through TOR.


#### NXT Full Node Access Details ####
NXT Full node is accessible via all network interfaces of SuperMesh.io node. If you do not know what IP SuperMesh.io node got when you plugged in LAN cable to it, you can juse connect to it's WiFi Access Point, and visit http://192.168.10.1. On that web page click on 'NXT Full Node' link and access your NXT Client's Web interface.

The web page is static. This test release does not give any dynamic information on this page like internet/TOR/MeshNET/LAN network conectivity info. Future build might give such info.

NXT Full node by default connects to peers throgh clearnet/internet. It does not route through TOR. If you want to enable TOR for NXT Full Node, you can edit the file '/home/pi/nxtpi/nxtrun.sh'. There remove '#' from 3rd line and add '#' to 4th line. Save the file and reboot the system. Next time SuperMesh.io node boots up it will be conneting your NXT Full node to internet through TOR network.

NOTE: TOR settings for NXT Full node are independent to NXT only. Any changes made to iptables for WiFi clients does not make NXT Full Node to route through TOR network.


#### CJDNS MeshNET Access Details ####
When you boot your system for the first time SuperMesh.io node by default generates a new CJDNS configuration file and populates it with a CJDNS Public Peer. You do not need to do any single settings or change to your CJDNS Settings. If you still want to play with it, or want to see what's inside your CJDNS settings you can check the file /etc/cjdroute.conf.

If you want to see what is your MeshNET IPv6 address is command 'ifconfig tun0' or 'ip addr show tun0'. The line with 'inet6' shows your IPv6 address.

If you want to confirm if you are connected to CJDNS MeshNET you can ping to my CJDNS Public Node IPv6 'fcdc:1bde:c1f4:4b9c:5a91:d33b:d771:d492'.
On Mac and Linux use command:
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ping6 fcdc:1bde:c1f4:4b9c:5a91:d33b:d771:d492On Windows use command:
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ping 6 fcdc:1bde:c1f4:4b9c:5a91:d33b:d771:d492

#### HyperBoria Websites Access Details ####
The build is now able to access Hyperboria websites, as the SuperMesh's own temporary CJDNS public peer got some nodes connected which connects us further to existing Hyperboria only websites like 'uppit.us' or 'socialno.de' or 'nodescan.hype' (by slothbag).

If any of you get access to a peer which connects to existing Hyperboria websites/services you can update/change your CJDNS config file (/etc/cjdroute.conf) by following this guide: https://wiki.projectmeshnet.org/How_To_Add_Peers

#### How you can help NXT and SuperMesh.io Nodes to connect to Hyperboria network? ####
If you have made your SuperMesh.io node a public node, and your CJDNS is peered with a node which connects to Hyperboria, you can share your peer info with me, and I'll add it to my CJDNS Public Peer. That will help other SuperMesh.io nodes out there connect to existing Hyperboria websites.


#### You can make your own website/service exclusively avalable on CJDNS MeshNET!!! ####
Yes, having this SuperMesh.io node gives you very easy platform to build your own website or service make it available on MeshNET. This test release of SuperMesh.io node comes with 'NginX Web Server' installed with it. It's very light weight web server. Do your research and check out how you can use your Raspberry Pi as a website server or any other kind of services.


#### Decentralized DNSs on SuperMesh.io node ####
This test release has everything set up to access services accessible through Decentralized DNSs like .nxt and .hype.
You can setup your NXT Aliases to be used as Decentalized DNS. All existing NXT Aliases can be used with .nxt. Example: If I have NXT Alias name 'satinder' registered in my NXT Account, I can set it with type 'Other' and use following JSON data in 'Data' field:
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{"ip":"123.123.123.123","map":{"www":{"alias":""}}}
Once the changes are saved and confirmed on NXT Blockchain, I can access my website using 'satinder.nxt' or 'www.satinder.nxt'.

If I want to make a DNS with .hype, I'll only need to have a NXT Alias registerd with a prefix '4973'. Like if I want to access my website as 'satinder.hype', I must have a NXT Alias registered as '4973satinder', and use the same JSON format string as Data Type for that NXT Alias.

If you need to setup your NXT Alias as a Decentralized DNS for IPv6 address (like for your MeshNET node), you can use the following JSON string:
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{"ip6": ["your_ipv6_address_here"]}
I had issues while testing NXT Alias as Decentralized DNSs. Mostly the issues were due to wrong JSON formating. You can copy your JSON string to the following online JSON editor and verify if your JSON string is valid. Once confirmed, only then use your JSON string as Data for NXT Alias to make a Decentralized DNS.
http://www.jsoneditoronline.org/

Thanks to communities like NXT, CJDNS, Raspberry Pi, DNSChain, SuperNET and so many developers from related communities beause of them this build was possible.

Credit:
slothbag - for making base of Decentralized DNS on NXT Blockchain.
toenu - for adding .nxt support to DNSChain.

I hope you'll like this SuperMesh.io test release, and join this project to improve it further. If you want to support me for my efforts you can send some love in the form of some NXTs to NXT address in my signature.

Cheers,
Satinder
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« Reply #57 on: July 12, 2015, 03:06:31 pm »

... If you want to support me for my efforts you can send some love in the form of some NXTs to NXT address in my signature.
- done.
Thank you for your hard work and all your efforts!
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« Reply #58 on: July 12, 2015, 09:18:07 pm »

... If you want to support me for my efforts you can send some love in the form of some NXTs to NXT address in my signature.
- done.
Thank you for your hard work and all your efforts!

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« Reply #59 on: July 13, 2015, 04:28:50 pm »

Wow, thx for the step-by-step instructions, Satinder!
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