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This is an automatically generated list of remailer reliability statistics. Please see the Legend below for interpretative data.
Stats-Version: 2.0 Generated: Fri 23 Jul 2021 15:45:01 GMT Cypherpunk Latent-Hist Latent Uptime-Hist Uptime Options ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Broken type-I remailer chains: (* redjohn) (frell hsub) Broken type-II remailer chains: (* austria) (* banana) (* devurandom) (* dizum) (* frell) (* frell2) (* inwtx) (* krautrelay) (* middleman) (* paranoia) (* redjohn) (* slow) (* tncmm) (austria *) (banana *) (devurandom *) (dizum *) (frell *) (frell2 *) (inwtx *) (krautrelay *) (middleman *) (paranoia *) (redjohn *) (slow *) (tncmm *) Remailer-Capabilities:
The stats table shows the 12-day performance history of each remailer. Pings (test messages) are sent to each remailer and response time is measured.
Latent-Hist shows the average default response time for each day:
0 less than 20 minutes 1 less than 1 hour ... 9 less than 9 hours A less than 12 hours B less than 18 hours C less than 24 hours ... G less than 48 hours H more than 48 hours ? No responses received / No data
Latent shows the average default response time in HH:MM format.
Uptime-Hist shows the Uptime percentage (responses received divided by pings sent) for each day:
+ 100% (Responses were received for all pings sent) 9 90-99.9% (About 9 responses were received for every 10 pings) ... 1 10-19.9% 0 0-9.9% ? No pings sent / No data
Uptime shows the average Uptime percentage for 12 days.
Options shows an abbreviated form of the strings listed in the Remailer-Capabilities section above:
D middle (Remailer is middleman and chains to other remailers) P post (Supports news posting (Anon-Post-To or Post) M/R/2 mix/remix/remix2 (Supported Mixmaster features) H hybrid (Supports CPunk directives in Mix messages) G/2 repgp/repgp2 O pgponly (Requires Cypherpunk messages to be PGP encrypted) X ext (Supports extended directive features) A max (Supports Max-Size, Max-Count, and Max-Date directives) T test (Supports the Test-To directive) L latent (Supports the Latent-Time directive) e/E ek/ekx (Supports Encrypt-Key/-3DES,-CAST directives) U esub (Supports the Encrypt-Subject directive) I inflt (Supports the Inflate directive) N rhop (Supports the Rand-Hop directive) # klen - The digit indicates the maximum message size:
9 Max is greater than 900K 8 Max is less than 900K ... 1 Max is less than 200K 0 Max is less than 100K