1993-03-11 - Re: Hidden encrypted messages

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From: Alexander Chislenko <sasha@ra.cs.umb.edu>
To: corwin@Cayman.COM
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Message ID: <199303110636.AA09866@ra.cs.umb.edu>
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UTC Datetime: 1993-03-11 06:38:11 UTC
Raw Date: Wed, 10 Mar 93 22:38:11 PST

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From: Alexander Chislenko <sasha@ra.cs.umb.edu>
Date: Wed, 10 Mar 93 22:38:11 PST
To: corwin@Cayman.COM
Subject: Re:  Hidden encrypted messages
Message-ID: <199303110636.AA09866@ra.cs.umb.edu>
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   What about encoding a message by chnging spacing between the words?
It is surely not the most compact method, but one might be able to transmit
a pretty long message hidden in the text of "Alice in Wonderland" that
would still be neatly formatted and *word-to-word* indistinguishable from
the original.