Possible attack method?? Question..

Watson Ladd watsonbladd at gmail.com
Sat Jan 12 04:03:59 UTC 2008

Anon Mus wrote:
> This question is for those with the knowhow.
> A while back I got a number of emails from the same source where the 
> emails were sent in "pairs" a minute or less apart.
> The first of each of the "email pair" were large (over 700characters), 
> the second were small (under 50 characters). On the face of it the 
> "email pairs"  appeared to be a genuine error ("oh yes I forgot to 
> mention" kind of thing) by the sender, so I took no notice at the time.

One thing to improve anonymity for emails is to use anonymous remailers. 
Slow, but email generally is, and it is more secure then Tor because of 
latency-security tradeoff.

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