[cryptography] US Appeals Court upholds right not to decrypt a drive
iang at iang.org
Sun Feb 26 08:00:22 EST 2012
On 25/02/12 18:50 PM, Jon Callas wrote:
> "...We're not *stupid*."
Once upon a time ...ok skip the annoying anecdote and get to the question:
What would be the smallest steganography program that someone could type
in and use to hide ones secret archive in plain site?
...a long long time ago, I used to port network code on demand. This
was before the net. So I had a bootstrapping problem. This was before
the time of compatible magnetic media too, I guess, but, every machine
had a serial port.
I wrote a little network slave program in C, and a larger master one.
The master one stayed on the primary source machine. The slave one I
typed in. I got it down to around a page of C in time, and it would
generally take under an hour to get it up and humming. Oh, and I had a
little home-made rs232 patch kit. End of distracting anecdote.
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