1995-02-03 - Re: Remailer encryption module

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From: Derek Atkins <warlord@MIT.EDU>
To: eric@remailer.net (Eric Hughes)
Message Hash: a91313cf668e9967e83e620ccf7824a9b59eaeea6ddb06a71ff3a3ee70650eac
Message ID: <9502030123.AA02022@josquin.media.mit.edu>
Reply To: <199502021444.GAA07493@largo.remailer.net>
UTC Datetime: 1995-02-03 01:23:58 UTC
Raw Date: Thu, 2 Feb 95 17:23:58 PST

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From: Derek Atkins <warlord@MIT.EDU>
Date: Thu, 2 Feb 95 17:23:58 PST
To: eric@remailer.net (Eric Hughes)
Subject: Re: Remailer encryption module
In-Reply-To: <199502021444.GAA07493@largo.remailer.net>
Message-ID: <9502030123.AA02022@josquin.media.mit.edu>
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> I agree.  PGP just does not have the support for the encryption
> required for mixing remailers.  These deficiencies have been known for
> about two years at this point and still nothing has happened.  I
> expect this not to change anytime soon.

Hmm -- I clearly haven't been reading this thread close enough!  How
is PGP deficient?  What do you need PGP to do in order to get it to
work right with remailers?  I've never seen a bug-report/ feature
request of this sort sent to pgp-bugs@mit.edu, so clearly no one
considered this for the MIT PGP release.

So, what does PGP need to be able to do?