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Re: anonymous reply



> > replier.  I need some way that I can send out an anonymous email, and have
> > the receiver of that email just hit "r" to reply to me.  If they have

> Here is an example of how to use the cryptographic remailer at
> <[email protected]> to implement an anonymous return address.

> But the again do you trust [email protected]

With conventional remailer schemes such as this one, you are announcing
your True Name (or at least your True Internet Mailbox) to someone you
must trust. With my scheme (posted earlier today) you don't need to trust
anybody except yourself (to not make a dumb mistake like including a signature).


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