1998-12-15 - Re: Steganography ?

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From: mib <mib@io.com>
To: James Morris <jmorris@intercode.com.au>
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Message ID: <19981215080946.B15984@io.com>
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UTC Datetime: 1998-12-15 14:59:16 UTC
Raw Date: Tue, 15 Dec 1998 22:59:16 +0800

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From: mib <mib@io.com>
Date: Tue, 15 Dec 1998 22:59:16 +0800
To: James Morris <jmorris@intercode.com.au>
Subject: Re: Steganography ?
In-Reply-To: <259a896938e4522ccd3d711a4d41f7c9@anonymous>
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On Wed, Dec 16, 1998 at 12:39:32AM +1100, James Morris wrote:
> On Tue, 15 Dec 1998, Mixmaster wrote:
> > There used to be a web site called "Throwing Sand into the All-Seeing Eye" 
> > which listed a long list of possible NSA-snooper keywords, such as military
> > classifications and code words that could be sent for fun across the
> > Internet for sole purpose of being flagged by the NSA.
> I imagine they(tm) would have countermeasures for this kind of thing,
> given that once they catch a keyword, they know it's source, and have some
> idea of the kinds of patterns which are likely to be real communications. 
> The Web site probably went straight into a junk filter, which would make
> it an ideal place to post your secrets from then on :-)

Unless that's exactly what they want us to think!

- d.