On 2018-02-12 21:00, Philip Jackson wrote: > Sorry, I didn't make myself really clear. > My concern was that I got the impression that the dummy message would > always be equal to "Encrypted message" rather than to a random but > sensible short message.
Is there a difference? The body is still easily recognizable as encrypted. Every entity which could read the "Encrypted Message" subject can also recognize the body as encrypted. Futhermore a random (and thus more or less unique) string again leaks information what you actually want to prevent. Sebastian -- python programming - mail server - photo - video - https://sebix.at cryptographic key at https://sebix.at/DC9B463B.asc and on public keyservers
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