Kuehn, Ulrich wrote:
>> From: Ben Laurie [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
>>> Do I understand correctly? You do want that nobody is able to 
>>> authenticate a message, however, it shall not be intelligible if 
>>> manipulated with?
>> Correct. Minx (which is the only place I use IGE) avoids 
>> traffic marking attacks in two ways:
>> a) all messages are "correct"
>> b) any attempt to mark a message results in its complete corruption
>> See the Minx paper, http://www.apache-ssl.org/minx.pdf.
> Looks interesting! Have you looked at Ron Rivest's Chaffing and Winnowing? 

Yes. Not sure why its relevant?

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