integrating GPG with deniable steganography
jan at gondor.com
Wed Mar 21 15:22:21 CET 2001
On Tue, Mar 20, 2001 at 06:12:23PM -0800, tftp wrote:
> If someone sends you a message encrypted to a key that you really do not
> have... then you probably are out of luck, to put it mildly. There is no
> way to prove that you don't have the key! What a way to frame people!
> Does the RIP bill has any safeguards against that?
Perhaps this is a good weapon against RIP: UK people could start sending
encrypted messages without a valid decryption key to everyone around.
Especialy to politicans, lawyers, judges and so on. If most innocent
people have some encrypted messages on their harddrives, and are unable
to decrypt them, RIP will become useless.
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