[cryptography] Introducing DM-Steg: Deniable encryption for Linux

J.A. Terranson measl at mfn.org
Fri Dec 2 20:10:18 EST 2011

On Fri, 2 Dec 2011, Leo Samulis wrote:

> Hello folks,
> I'd like to introduce DM-Steg. It's a Linux device mapper module that
> provides deniable/steganographic encryption. DM-Steg provides similar
> capabilities to Rubberhose (a now defunct project by Julian Assange et
> al.) and more advanced deniable encryption than Truecrypt.

It's been a very long time since I've heard Rubberhose kicked around these 
parts, but wasn't it specifically designed to provide deniability through 
the production of a "false key" which provided an alternative decryption 
that appeared to be "all the data" via the false key (while leaving the 
actual secret data unencrypted)?


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