> Hello. This appears to be the right place to ask, but let me know
> if I should inquire in a different group. I want to create a nym,
> and it looks like "mixnym.net
" would be the easiest option
> available right now. Is the current procedure to send the
> following information for the desired settings in the body of the
> first email to get it configured? And should I send it all to
, encrypted to the nym server's key and signed
> with the key of my new nym? Thanks.
> Symmetric: <password for outer symmetric encryption>
> Subject: <password for hsub>
> hsub: yes
> From: myny...@mixnym.net
The parameters for mixnym.net
are the following:
Symmetric: passphrase //Add a layer of symmetric encryption (not
//Define a plain-text subject (used if no
Subject: hard subject //Define hard subject - do not use 'Hsub:'
Hsub: passphrase //Define your hsub secret subject
DELETE: yes //Delete a Nym (specify "yes" as the
Any of the below can be used to set inplace of Hsub: passphrase
I suggest that you do not use 'Symmetric: passphrase'. If you
do, some (if not all) of the free hsub programs and routines will
not be able to automatically find your messages.
Just to clear up something you asked, you encrypt your key with
the parameters you want to con...@mixnym.net
, but you don't sign.
It not hurt to sign anyway, but it is not necessary. After you set
up the nym, then you encrypt your messages with the se...@mixnym.net
key and sign the message with your key.