I happened to find this, on another mailing list.

Elettra might be supplementary to freenet users, a supplementary way to 
encrypt important data on your harddisk?

This might saw some ideas to the Freenet "people".


Elettra is a software providing plausible deniable cryptography. It supports
a dynamic number of files and requires a password for each file.

When you need to decrypt a file, the password is able to find in the 
encrypted archive the file related to it.

the security measure is in the protection of the number of files encrypted 
in the archive, because the algorithm is thought to give a plausible ammission
that the data unencrypted is simple random data, and only one file is 
encrypted in it.

Here are some important links:



Just for your info.

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