Opportunistic Encryption [Was: Keys not trusted]
Fri May 16 04:02:02 2003
Neil Williams wrote:
>But then it's no longer anonymous. The key can be assigned to a particular
>user or more likely from your scenario, from a particular email account
>which we ASSUME is in use by one person.
Communication need not go through ordinary email adresses. There are
things like anonymous servers and newsgroups.
I remember that the guy(s?) who broke some MS DRM scheme posted sample
code and explainations signed with a PGP key under the pseudonym "Beale
Screamer". If you wanted to communicate with him you could post an
encrypted message in sci.crypt.
ir. J.C.A. Wevers // Physics and science fiction site:
email@example.com // http://www.xs4all.nl/~johanw/index.html
PGP/GPG public keys at http://www.xs4all.nl/~johanw/pgpkeys.html