From: nobody@REPLAY.COM (Anonymous)
Message Hash: b09ccf55234642a6fc6708013852d5f421682a05c9b6d8113ad896ad99639ba8
Message ID: <199710192127.XAA23564@basement.replay.com>
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UTC Datetime: 1997-10-19 21:42:27 UTC
Raw Date: Mon, 20 Oct 1997 05:42:27 +0800
From: nobody@REPLAY.COM (Anonymous) Date: Mon, 20 Oct 1997 05:42:27 +0800 To: email@example.com Subject: Re: Revealing individual messages. Message-ID: <199710192127.XAA23564@basement.replay.com> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain Bill Stewart wrote: > If you're concerned about Bad Cops planting forged messages on people, > this won't help - it's easy for them to forge unsigned information also. > After all, the PGP source code is open, so Bad Cops can add code to > set the timestamp/sender/etc themselves. Or they can ignore code, > and just set their system clock appropriately. BC's can also plant secret keys on your machine, along with messages forged using those keys. It is a good idea to keep badly forged messages on your machine, as well as badly forged keys. There are many ways to manipulate files and emails so that discrepancies exist. e.g. - messages with a time-stamp later than the file date; replies with an earlier time-stamp than the original message; changing fingerprint on the same key.