integrating GPG with deniable steganography

Marlow, Andrew (London) MarloAnd at
Thu Mar 22 11:14:06 CET 2001

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Bernd Jendrissek [SMTP:berndj at]
> Sent:	Thursday, March 22, 2001 9:12 AM
> To:	gnupg-devel at
> Subject:	Re: integrating GPG with deniable steganography
> Maybe a good way to hide data (at very low bandwidth) is to take photos
> of your living room repeatedly, adjusting the skewness of this photo of
> Aunt Madge a little, taking that encyclopaedia out of the shelf, etc.
> *until* the JPEG just "happens to" carry the desired information.  Then
> leave your living room as at the last picture so nobody can say it's not
> the same as in the picture.
	[Marlow, Andrew (London)]  Come on guys, this is getting ridiculous.
The inconvenience of this kind of steg is greater than the inconvenience of
not being able to communicate at all. If I had to go to these lengths to
talk to my business partner in Zurich I would just get on a plane, met him
at his apartment and whisper the secret in his ear !

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