Project Description

i want to build a hexchat plugin, so i can run a omemo-secured conversation over irc with someone who also has an omemo implementation

OMEMO is the cryptographic protocol which secured messaging on signal at least at one point and also is used on XMPP.

ideally i want to have a working prototype at the end of the week where to people can use the plugin to talk encrypted over IRC.

Goal for this Hackweek

Building a hexchat plugin (https://hexchat.readthedocs.io/en/latest/plugins.html) based on python-omemo (https://github.com/omemo/python-omemo) so people can talk with a current cryptographic protocol secure over IRC.

after a successfull prototype i would like to look how to package it, but first we need to have a working version :)

Looking for hackers with the skills:

cryptography irc python omemo

This project is part of:

Hack Week 21

Activity

  • almost 2 years ago: dknorr added keyword "python" to this project.
  • almost 2 years ago: dknorr added keyword "omemo" to this project.
  • almost 2 years ago: dknorr added keyword "irc" to this project.
  • almost 2 years ago: dknorr added keyword "cryptography" to this project.
  • almost 2 years ago: dknorr originated this project.

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