There is a lot of info about on-blockchain privacy, much less about actual peer to peer communications (or I'm extremely bad at finding it). What are the message types (the analogy to inv/addr/getdata/tx/block of Bitcoin)? How are the messages that will end up being TCP packets created? Are they encrypted? Can someone intercepting the packet on a routing path determine whether it's Monero related?

  • p2p vulnerabilities (as opposed to blockchain analysis) seems to have received too little attention in general. There is some discussion of a solution for bitcoin and I too wonder if there is something analogous for Monero: arxiv.org/pdf/1701.04439.pdf – zkurtz Mar 21 '18 at 20:46

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