Re: blackmail / real world stego use

2003-08-28 Thread Ed Gerck
bear wrote: On Wed, 27 Aug 2003, Ed Gerck wrote: OTOH, it is possible that the dutch man was traced not by a one time download of the image but by many attempts to find it, since the upload time of the image to the site was not exactly known to him and time was of essence. In this case,

Re: blackmail / real world stego use

2003-08-27 Thread bear
On Sat, 23 Aug 2003, Barry Wels wrote: Hi, So far I have only found one English item in the news about this. http://www.expatica.com/index.asp?pad=2,18,item_id=33655 So let me translate some of the dutch information about this interesting case : snip - story of a dutch man who used

Re: blackmail / real world stego use

2003-08-27 Thread Enzo Michelangeli
- Original Message - From: bear [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, August 27, 2003 5:49 AM Subject: Re: blackmail / real world stego use [...] That would imply packet recording and correlation on a level greater than we've ever considered to be in the arsenal

Re: blackmail / real world stego use

2003-08-27 Thread James A. Donald
-- bear That would imply packet recording and correlation on a level greater than we've ever considered to be in the arsenal of cryptographic threats, implying the emergence of forces (and inevitably of forces other than governments) that have eavesdropping capabilities that cannot

Re: blackmail / real world stego use

2003-08-27 Thread Ed Gerck
A guy in Google can do it. In short, if Bob would set up (or use internally) a www cache, reachable as a public service, which cache quickly downloads all the pages of several sites by multiple HTTP connections, the desired image being among them, and do this for a time window that overlaps the