1994-07-01 - Re: Devil’s Advocate (again)

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From: Jim choate <ravage@bga.com>
To: adam@bwh.harvard.edu (Adam Shostack)
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UTC Datetime: 1994-07-01 18:15:45 UTC
Raw Date: Fri, 1 Jul 94 11:15:45 PDT

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From: Jim choate <ravage@bga.com>
Date: Fri, 1 Jul 94 11:15:45 PDT
To: adam@bwh.harvard.edu (Adam Shostack)
Subject: Re: Devil's Advocate (again)
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> There are a number of good ways to breach modern cryptography without
> torture.  They include:
> Van Eck (Tempest) monitoring.
> Sodium pentathol & its more modern cousins.
I believe this is considered torture in the US.

> Blackmail.
Both of these are great but any evidence is inadmissable in court and 
therefore of no use to a prosecutor.
> -- 
> Adam Shostack 				       adam@bwh.harvard.edu