Fling: Making DNS, TCP, and UDP Untraceable

from the bits-from-the-underground dept.
"Fling is a new suite of internet protocols that perform the function of DNS, TCP, and UDP in a manner that's both untraceable and untappable. Fling protects clients from servers, servers from clients, and both from an eavesdropper in-between. The result is that anyone can serve or retrieve any data, without fear of censure." I haven't given the technical description of the protocols more than a once-over; does anybody see a fundamental problem with them?

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