faramir.cl at gmail.com
Sat Jul 24 04:04:08 CEST 2010
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Ted Smith escribió:
> On Fri, 2010-07-23 at 02:07 -0400, Faramir wrote:
>> Well, I suppose in most countries nobody is going to torture you, but
>> there are other countries where you can't be so sure... Also, an
> Nobody in any country is going to torture you for your key, because
> keyloggers are much less expensive than torturers + torturing equipment.
> It's much easier to just place a keylogger somehow and get the key in
> plaintext with no fuss in a week. There are dozens of other ways to do
> something like this.
That is assuming the investigating party has time and knowledge to
place the keylogger. But maybe the investigating party already seized
the computer, maybe not expecting to find encryption software in it. And
at that point is too late to place a keylogger.
Besides, torture is just a possibility, the scenario Robert mentioned
is nasty enough, even if it didn't involve anything illegal.
We are not saying it is bad plausibly deniability, it is just you need
to consider if that can cause troubles to you.
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