Did you see this?

Tony Tony at tdrmail.co.uk
Fri May 19 21:49:26 UTC 2006

Correct. It will look like the disk was unlocked, but the real data
remains hidden.

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-or-talk at freehaven.net [mailto:owner-or-talk at freehaven.net]
On Behalf Of Jonathan D. Proulx
Sent: 19 May 2006 20:03
To: or-talk at freehaven.net
Subject: Re: Did you see this?

On Fri, May 19, 2006 at 07:22:00PM +0100, Tony wrote:
:I didn't say a false key, I said a dummy key. One that will work, but
:would unlock a dummy outer volume - but not all data within it. There
:no way of telling the inner contents of such a drive from random data.
:There are several products that can do that. The act specifically says
:that if there are multiple keys then you can choose which one to
:Destroying a false key and claiming you didn't have the key would be
:illegal if you still possessed the real key. 

That was my point, and I mis understood what you meant by dummy key
apaprently.  Are you talking about an encryted and steganographic
filesystem such that after a request is made (and granted) for the key
to the encrypted file|filesystem the nested encrypted file|filesystem
will go undetected and thus a key will never be requested for it?

How very Oniony...


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