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Now, this defeats the purpose of your "short-lifetime encryption
You are assuming that law enforcers are inept morons!
This is a false sense of security.
Unless you can outsmart them, which very few can indeed,
never contemplate to circumvent the law by resorting
to such naive tricks. The mere fact that they are being
discussed in a public forum such as this makes them useless.
I am sure that those authorized to seize Keys would
have been trained to spot all sorts of techniques that
a key holder will resort to in order to frustrate their effort.
Do yourself a favor, and don't ever use this technique
again, it is now public knowledge!
Imad R. Faiad
On Mon, 16 Jun 2003 14:38:25 +0100, you wrote:
You clearly don't archive your encrypted email...
Indeed -- I decrypt messages before saving them (and use separate
storage encryption to protect the mail store.) Nor do I save every
message sent and received (which I know some people do).
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