1994-03-29 - Re: Ames/clipper compromised?

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From: Peter Wayner <pcw@access.digex.net>
To: sommerfeld@orchard.medford.ma.us
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UTC Datetime: 1994-03-29 04:16:31 UTC
Raw Date: Mon, 28 Mar 94 20:16:31 PST

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From: Peter Wayner <pcw@access.digex.net>
Date: Mon, 28 Mar 94 20:16:31 PST
To: sommerfeld@orchard.medford.ma.us
Subject: Re: Ames/clipper compromised?
Message-ID: <199403290416.AA19775@access3.digex.net>
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>A useful exercise for this group might be to compile a list of questions
>that they *should* answer if they're playing it straight.  These could
>be forwarded to the review committee, too.  If we come up with a good
>list, I'm willing to submit it to them.  For that matter, I'll submit
>it to one of the gentleman from NSA who gave the Clipper presentation
>at Bell Labs.  (But I won't bother sending in ``when did you stop beating
>your spousal equivalent unit'' questions; there's no point to doing that
>in this venue.)

I've sent this exact question to Dorothy Denning back when they were
working on the first report. I think it got lost in the noise. You
might want to send it to her directly. 

They're open to suggestions. The first report contained cycling tests
suggested, by I believe, Martin Hellman.

-Peter Wayner