GnuPG 2.0 for Win + Feature requests

Peter Gutmann pgut001 at
Sat Jun 20 05:43:35 CEST 2009

Michael Hansen <us3r07 at> writes:

>Steganography is grossly overhyped as a technology.  Moulin and O'Sullivan's
>_An Information-Theoretic Analysis of Data Hiding_ (1999) was an attempt to
>put steganography on firm mathematical foundations to make it a peer of
>cryptography; in the course of this, they proved the Emperor had no clothes.

Minor nit, it was Information Hiding and not Data Hiding (makes it easier to 
find via Google).  The ref via Citeseer is

I've run into a similar issue with threshold schemes, in collaboration with 
someone else we sat down to think about a standardised data format and 
(eventually) API and (even more eventually) UI for managing this, and found 
that just trying to frame the problem ended up creating a pretty good argument 
for why it wasn't practically solveable.


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