1996-02-08 - Re: Stealth PGP work

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From: lmccarth@cs.umass.edu
To: cypherpunks@toad.com (Cypherpunks Mailing List)
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Reply To: <ML-2.0.823780986.7349.don@wero.cs.byu.edu>
UTC Datetime: 1996-02-08 12:34:32 UTC
Raw Date: Thu, 8 Feb 1996 20:34:32 +0800

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From: lmccarth@cs.umass.edu
Date: Thu, 8 Feb 1996 20:34:32 +0800
To: cypherpunks@toad.com (Cypherpunks Mailing List)
Subject: Re: Stealth PGP work
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Don writes:
> My feeling is that once stealth PGP is out, there's *no*way* Congress could
> get away with legislating away the privacy and security that would provide.

Is anyone out there actively working on an implementation of the "stealth 
PGP" concept ?  I asked Derek Atkins about a stealth mode in the upcoming 
PGP `96 ^H^H^H 3.0 at the Jan. Bay Area physical mtg, and he said the PGP3
team had no particular plans to support such a thing. 

-Lewis	"What would we do without all these jerks, anyway ?  Besides, all my
	 friends are here..." -Don Henley