@0brand - You’ll lick your lips with this. The key to editing longevity is balancing the boring shit (eg sys-whonix Tor state), with the fun.
Now, everybody loves unbreakable encryption. “It doesn’t exist” they say? Well, we know that is not true with One Time Pads (OTPs) used properly providing perfect encryption.
Now I’m talking about the physical creation of OTPs, not the electronic program fails which can of course be backdoored by adversaries 6 ways since Sunday.
Anyway, there is no wiki page for that, so I just created an empty one. This is a good guide below that summarises the technique nicely. Of course, multiple dice always comes in handy for generating true randomness where required; no backdoored “RNGs” for us. People don’t need fancy 10 sided dice and all that crap. It can be accomplished properly with good technique with 6 sided dice, to adjust for statistical issues that would otherwise not create true randomness.
Why you say?
If this is wrapped up with the GPG email encryption guide when finished, our most paranoid friends could wrap up a OTP message, inside of a GPG-encrypted email, thrown 100% through the Tor network, using a truly anonymous email account, via an .onion server. And with icing on the cake, we can eventually add the “Jason Bourne” GPG key creation guide from the terminal, so users have the hottest key generation and strongest algorithms going around.
Gives me a stiffie thinking about it. ha ha. Anyway, I suggest you start with One Time Pads, instead of that proxy crap, since that is piecemeal, and this is fun.