Remailer Reliability Stats [Tincture Yamn Pinger]

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Cypherpunk (Type I) Mixmaster (Type II)
v1 v1
v2 v2

Mixmaster Remailers (v2)

This is an automatically generated list of remailer reliability statistics. Please see the Legend below for interpretative data.

Stats-Version: 2.0
Generated: Sat 03 Dec 2022 16:45:00 GMT
Mixmaster    Latent-Hist   Latent  Uptime-Hist   Uptime  Options
------------------------------------------------------------------------
fragged      ???111111111    :32   ???+++++++++  100.0%  D              
micromix     111111111111    :37   ++++++++++++  100.0%  D              
tncmm        ?????1111111    :31   ?????+++++++  100.0%  D              
victor       112211121111    :43   ++++++++++++  100.0%  D              
yamn         ???????01010    :15   ???????+++++  100.0%                 
yamn2        001110000000    :13   ++++++++++++  100.0%                 
yamn3        ??1010000001    :13   ??++++++++++  100.0%                 
yamn4        ??????111111    :40   ??????++++++  100.0%  D              
beaufusil    111101111111    :36   +++++++++++9   99.9%  D              
frell        114232132133   1:37   +++++++++++9   99.6%                 
paranoyamn   ????11111111    :34   ????+++++++9   99.5%                 
middleman    ?????2112111    :49   ?????++++++9   99.4%  D              

Broken type-I remailer chains:


Broken type-II remailer chains:
(frell tncmm)



Remailer-Capabilities:

$remailer{"beaufusil"} = "<yamn@beaufusil.com> middle v2";
$remailer{"fragged"} = "<yamn@fragged.tearable.org> middle v2";
$remailer{"frell"} = "<nyam@remailer.frell.eu.org> v2";
$remailer{"micromix"} = "<yamn@micromix.org> middle v2";
$remailer{"middleman"} = "<yamn@middleman.remailer.online> middle v2";
$remailer{"paranoyamn"} = "<yamn@yamn.paranoici.org> v2";
$remailer{"tncmm"} = "<yamn@tnetconsulting.net> middle v2";
$remailer{"victor"} = "<yamn@virebent.art> middle v2";
$remailer{"yamn"} = "<yamn@mixmin.net> v2";
$remailer{"yamn2"} = "<yamn2@mixmin.net> v2";
$remailer{"yamn3"} = "<yamn3@mixmin.net> v2";
$remailer{"yamn4"} = "<yamn4@mixmin.net> middle v2";

Legend

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:

0less than 20 minutes
1less than 1 hour
...
9less than 9 hours
Aless than 12 hours
Bless than 18 hours
Cless than 24 hours
...
Gless than 48 hours
Hmore 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)
990-99.9% (About 9 responses were received for every 10 pings)
...
110-19.9%
00-9.9%
?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:

Dmiddle (Remailer is middleman and chains to other remailers)
Ppost (Supports news posting (Anon-Post-To or Post)
M/R/2mix/remix/remix2 (Supported Mixmaster features)
Hhybrid (Supports CPunk directives in Mix messages)
G/2repgp/repgp2
Opgponly (Requires Cypherpunk messages to be PGP encrypted)
Xext (Supports extended directive features)
Amax (Supports Max-Size, Max-Count, and Max-Date directives)
Ttest (Supports the Test-To directive)
Llatent (Supports the Latent-Time directive)
e/Eek/ekx (Supports Encrypt-Key/-3DES,-CAST directives)
Uesub (Supports the Encrypt-Subject directive)
Iinflt (Supports the Inflate directive)
Nrhop (Supports the Rand-Hop directive)
#klen - The digit indicates the maximum message size:
9Max is greater than 900K
8Max is less than 900K
...
1Max is less than 200K
0Max is less than 100K

Created by Echolot 2.1.9.
Last update: Sat Dec 3 16:45:00 2022.