1994-02-28 - Re: standard for stegonography?

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From: mgream@acacia.itd.uts.edu.au (Matthew Gream)
To: sergey@delbruck.pharm.sunysb.edu (Sergey Goldgaber)
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From: mgream@acacia.itd.uts.edu.au (Matthew Gream)
Date: Mon, 28 Feb 94 02:19:47 PST
To: sergey@delbruck.pharm.sunysb.edu (Sergey Goldgaber)
Subject: Re: standard for stegonography?
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Earlier, Sergey Goldgaber wrote:

> If you're using one-time pads, why use PGP?  _Public_ Key Cryptography...?

Huh ? The discussion was about a standard format for stego'd files,
so that different software could interoperate, unless I wildly 


Matthew Gream. ph: (02)-821-2043. M.Gream@uts.edu.au.
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