1997-06-04 - Re: Who “invented” remailers?

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From: Lucky Green <shamrock@netcom.com>
To: Tim May <tcmay@got.net>
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UTC Datetime: 1997-06-04 08:15:26 UTC
Raw Date: Wed, 4 Jun 1997 16:15:26 +0800

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From: Lucky Green <shamrock@netcom.com>
Date: Wed, 4 Jun 1997 16:15:26 +0800
To: Tim May <tcmay@got.net>
Subject: Re: Who "invented" remailers?
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At 06:27 PM 6/3/97 -0700, Tim May wrote:
>(There are important issues, discussed by several of us several years ago,
>and more recently by Wei Dai and Lucky Green, dealing with correlation
>analysis of messages sent and messages received...esentially pattern

This type of analysis is unlikely to provide useful results for
high-latency systems such as remailers. However, this analysis can be very
fruitful on near real time systems such as ill-designed chained http

[Tim of course knows this, I just want to make sure that this is
universally understood.]

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