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@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ We seek to protect the following communication contexts:
Beyond individual conversations, we also seek to defend against context correlation attacks, whereby multiple conversations are analyzed to derive higher level information:

* **Relationships** - Discovering social relationships between parties by analyzing the frequency and length of their communications over a period of time. (Carol and Eve call each other every single day for multiple hours at a time.)
* **Cliques** - Discovering social relationships between multiple parties by deriving casual communication chains from their communication metadata (e.g. everytime Alice talks to Bob she talks to Carol almost immediately after.)
* **Cliques** - Discovering social relationships between multiple parties by deriving casual communication chains from their communication metadata (e.g. everytime Alice talks to Bob she talks to Carol almost immediately after.)
* **Pattern of Life** - Discovering which communications are cyclical and predictable. (e.g. Alice calls Eve every Monday evening for around an hour.)


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#### Docker
This repository contains a `Dockerfile` allowing you to build and run the server as a [docker](https://www.docker.com/) container.

To get started issue `docker build -t openpriv/cwtch-server:latest`, this will create 2 temporary docker containers, one to build the Tor daemon and one to build Cwtch. The compiled binaries will then be bundled into a new image and tagged as `openpriv/cwtch-server:latest`.
To get started issue `docker build -t openpriv/cwtch-server:latest .`, this will create 2 temporary docker containers, one to build the Tor daemon and one to build Cwtch. The compiled binaries will then be bundled into a new image and tagged as `openpriv/cwtch-server:latest`.

To run Cwtch in the foreground execute `docker run openpriv/cwtch-server:latest`, you will see a small amount of output from Tor and then Cwtch will output your server address. When you `Ctrl + C` the container will terminate. To run Cwtch in the background execute `docker run --name my-cwtch-server -d openpriv/cwtch-server:latest`. To get your Cwtch server address issue `docker logs my-cwtch-server`.



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