01/20/2017 (Fri) 04:17:09
Try again. I set the mail server up on my main desktop (with my gui) as a test. I turn my computer off when I go to school. I was planning on migrating the mail server to a dedicated tor server computer but never got around to it. No one emails me anyways. I'll leave my computer on in text mode tomorrow, so you can send me something. I really think this is the answer, I mean not withstanding all the other security problems with computers.
Air gap with private key and public key ring for recipients-> encode message -> port encrypted message by floppy disc to transmision computer -> Send encrypted mail to tor mail server.
Recieve mail to tor mail server -> port encrypted message by floppy to airgapped decryption computer running in text mode. decrypt message read, in sealed room with multiple locks -> destroy traces of communication (reboot).
I think this would do it. That way you never type on the online computer, and only type and encrypt and decrypt on the air gapped computer. If both counterparties do this it should work.
Unfortunately I'm not currently doing this, my private key is also on my workstation. One day I'll impliment this strategy, probably this summer. If everyone did this protocol that would mess the NSA up big time. It wouldn't matter if your workstation was compromised, they still wouldn't get the message.