Re: Can Eve repeat?

2003-09-25 Thread Ivan Krstic
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Re: Can Eve repeat?

2003-09-29 Thread Ivan Krstic
a small percentage of the particles that Eve observes register as transmission errors (=15%, according to the LANL figure). Best regards, Ivan Krstic - The Cryptography Mailing List Unsubscribe by sending unsubscribe cryptography

Re: TCFS available for NetBSD-1.6.2

2004-04-14 Thread Ivan Krstic
VaX#n8 wrote: I've done a survey of the various crypting file system tools, would anyone be interested in a summary of available options? This would likely be an interesting read for many on the list. Perhaps you can put up a PDF somewhere? Cheers, Ivan

Bank transfer via quantum crypto

2004-04-22 Thread Ivan Krstic
On /. today: An anonymous reader writes with today's announcement that the Austrian project for Quantum Cryptography[1] made the world's first Bank Transfer via Quantum Cryptography Based on Entangled Photons; see also Einstein-Podolski-Rosen Paradoxon[2]. (For more background, see the recent

Wikipedia project: Crypto

2004-05-08 Thread Ivan Krstic
The good people at Wikipedia have started a cryptography subproject, an attempt to build a comprehensive and detailed guide to cryptography in the Wikipedia. The project page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:WikiProject_Cryptography features a list of open tasks and things that need cleanup

Hyperencryption by virtual satellite

2004-05-25 Thread Ivan Krstic
As part of the Harvard University Science Center Lecture Series, Michael O. Rabin, the T.J. Watson Sr. Professor of Computer Science at Harvard University, lectures on hyper-encryption and provably everlasting secrets. In this lecture, Professor Rabin confronts the failure of present-day

EU to use QC as a response to Echelon

2004-05-25 Thread Ivan Krstic
/. reports: An article on Security.ITWorld.com[1] seems to outline a coming information arms race. The European Union has decided to respond to the Echelon project [2] by funding research into supposedly unbreakable quantum cryptography that will keep EU data out of Echelon's maw. Leaving

Re: Software Helps Rights Groups Protect Sensitive Information

2004-06-01 Thread Ivan Krstic
This reminds me of a question I've been meaning to ask for a while. Has there been any research done on encryption systems which encrypt two (or n) plaintexts with n keys, producing a joint ciphertext with the property that decrypting it with key k[n] only produces the nth plaintext? In the

Re: Claimed proof of the Riemann Hypothesis released

2004-06-10 Thread Ivan Krstic
Perry E. Metzger wrote: Actual practical impact on cryptography? Likely zero, even if it turns out the proof is correct (which of course we don't know yet), but it still is neat for math geeks. Right. He constrains his proof to dealing with a specific subset of Dirichlet zeta functions, which

Re: US Court says no privacy in wiretap law

2004-07-04 Thread Ivan Krstic
William Allen Simpson wrote: Switches, routers, and any intermediate computers are fair game for warrantless wiretaps. It seems privacy and free speech are becoming lost concepts worldwide. This just came out today: http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/worldbiz/archives/2004/07/03/2003177559 So not

Re: webcam encryption beats quasar encryption

2006-04-17 Thread Ivan Krstic
-picayune/crypto/15423 There is still active work being done on a virtual satellite implementation. -- Ivan Krstic [EMAIL PROTECTED] | GPG: 0x147C722D - The Cryptography Mailing List Unsubscribe by sending unsubscribe cryptography

Re: fyi: Deniable File System - Rubberhose

2006-05-02 Thread Ivan Krstic
://diswww.mit.edu/bloom-picayune/crypto/15520 Rubberhose was one of the things that came up, along with StegFS and BestCrypt. Unfortunately, it seems like Rubberhose hasn't seen work in over 5 years. -- Ivan Krstic [EMAIL PROTECTED] | GPG: 0x147C722D

Re: Piercing network anonymity in real time

2006-05-14 Thread Ivan Krstic
service -- was, at least until recently, Roger's personal machine sitting in an MIT dorm room. -- Ivan Krstic [EMAIL PROTECTED] | GPG: 0x147C722D - The Cryptography Mailing List Unsubscribe by sending unsubscribe cryptography to [EMAIL

Re: Windows guru requested - Securing Windows

2006-06-07 Thread Ivan Krstic
want to contact Bart directly (http://www.nu2.nu/contact/bart/) and ask him for advice on how to proceed. -- Ivan Krstic [EMAIL PROTECTED] | GPG: 0x147C722D - The Cryptography Mailing List Unsubscribe by sending unsubscribe