Looking for feedback on Passive Privacy System

Marlow, Andrew (London) MarloAnd at exchange.uk.ml.com
Thu Mar 15 09:19:02 CET 2001

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Aaron Sherman [SMTP:ajs at ajs.com]
> Sent:	Wednesday, March 14, 2001 7:18 PM
> To:	gnupg-devel at gnupg.org
> Subject:	Looking for feedback on Passive Privacy System
> I'm looking for feedback on a specification for email key exchange and
> encryption that I've been writing up along with a reference library
> (which is in the VERY early stages, having only written about 100
> lines of code).
> All of the info currently available is at http://www.ajs.com/~ajs/pps/
> Please send me any comments you might have. If enough interest is
> generated, I will start a mailing list.
	[Marlow, Andrew (London)]  Sounds great. While you're at it I
suggest that you consider integrating the use of steganography with public
key encryption. I live in the UK so any encrypted email I receive may now be
the subject of an RIP decryption notice (see www.fipr.org). Failure to
decrypt results in 2 years in jail. Because of RIP I will not openly use
GPG/PGP unless its use can be hidden stenographically in a deniable way. I
am currently considering ways of doing this which I hope to publish on this
mailing list when the time comes.


	Andrew Marlow.

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