Timing test of GnuPG and old PGP

vedaal at hush.com vedaal at hush.com
Mon Nov 3 15:07:53 CET 2003

>Message: 7
>Date: Sun, 2 Nov 2003 23:34:07 +0100 (MET)
>From: Johan Wevers <johanw at vulcan.xs4all.nl>
>Subject: Re: Timing test of GnuPG and old PGP
>To: gnupg-users at gnupg.org (GnuPG users)
>Message-ID: <200311022234.XAA08669 at vulcan.xs4all.nl>
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>vedaal at hush.com wrote:
>>Disastry's multi versions of 2.6.3 up until version 5, are available
>>(with source code in each zip file) at zedz:
>His last published version was 2.6.3ia-multi06. 

i know, but surprisingly like you, with 2.6.3ia,
i can find version 6 only on my site ;-)


(i would appreciate if you could upload it to a more dignified place
like zedz, 
i've tried, but have not been able to ;-(   )


as long as we are talking about Disastry's version,
would it be possible to have a feature in gnupg that is like Disastry's
'fake_keyid'/'random key_id' option,
where he hides the anonymity of the 'throw key id' option, by allowing

'any' keyid (fake or 'random') so that traffic analysis cannot even detect
that anonymous/throw key-id messages are being sent,

{please, please ?  ;-) }



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