On 10/26/05, James A. Donald <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > How does one inflate a key?
Just make it bigger by adding redundancy and padding, before you encrypt it and store it on your disk. That way the attacker who wants to steal your keyring sees a 4 GB encrypted file which actually holds about a kilobyte of meaningful data. Current trojans can steal files and log passwords, but they're not smart enough to decrypt and decompress before uploading. They'll take hours to snatch the keyfile through the net, and maybe they'll get caught in the act. CP