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Any Untraceable communication suggestions?

Hi

I'm curious.
Could I make a communications setup that would be untraceable by people outside my property, except for 1 person I'm sending info to? ISP's and phone companies know when a house is sending signals. I don't want to use owls ;)
If binary messaging is needed, that's good.

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Pasha KravtsovSupport EngineerCommented:
Use tor. Just write a p2p tor chat system that has ssl and you're good to go
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xav056Commented:
Site to Site VPN maybe using the SSL port?
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beavoidAuthor Commented:
I need a thing where there is a crime syndicate trying to spy on residential communication to know who might be talking with the feds, even modem usage. Can I get by w/o an ISP, on cable or on telephone? A VPN secure socket might be the only way to go, thanks. Is that kind of setup traceable by the power grid, telephone system?

What would Luca Brasse (Godfather hit man ) do to find these moles?
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
You can't connect to the internet without a provider.  ??  And secure communications means no WiFi.  Certain parts of the government use only fiber cables in their networks because it is so hard to tap into compared to copper.
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beavoidAuthor Commented:
Thanks

Are standard network cables copper?

Are they simple to tap into?

These fiber cables below only have one network connection end.  Do they wind together on those two ends? Does fiber have disadvantages?

Here

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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
CAT-5/6 cables are copper.  I wouldn't say they are easy to tap into because you need specialized hardware but it can be done.  Tapping into a fiber cable is much more difficult because it requires time to re-splice and polish the ends you broke and install a splitter in both sides.  Those cables in your link are two separate cables with different connectors on each end.

There are also single fiber cables that are used for both transmit and receive and those are even harder to break into.

Military grade fiber connections have a 'keep alive' signal and the system will set off an alarm when the fiber connection is broken.
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