Cypherpunks Date Index for 1995 08




  • Re: Sex & Crime TV filter
  • Re: U.S. Banks are not all that bad
  • Info
  • Re: Zimmermann legal fund
  • Re: ssh protocol
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • Re: a hole in PGP? NOT!
  • Software Glitch FYI
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • The Two Threads of Dr. Cohen
  • Re: a hole in PGP? NOT!
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • Re: Sex & Crime TV filter
  • Re: a hole in PGP? NOT!
  • OS noise [Was: a hole in PGP]
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • Re: Commercial killers
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • Re: Stopped at the boarder
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • Re: Mail2news Gates
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • Re: Sex & Crime TV filter
  • Re: Zimmermann legal fund
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • Re: Software Glitch FYI
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • Re: commerical busters
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • IEEE Symp on Security and Privacy - Call for papers
  • BOOK: "Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach"
  • Re: Currency risk on bank accounts
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • Cypherpunks Santa Cruz (CSC)
  • Provably Correct Crypto?
  • Re: punk's not dead!
  • Re: Provably Correct Crypto?
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • Re: Provably Correct Crypto?
  • Australia next to ban PGP
  • Re: U.S. Banks are not all that bad
  • ANNOUNCEMENT: Mailcrypt 3.3 for GNU Emacs
  • What do I use?
  • Re: What do I use?
  • US vs Overseas Banks
  • Re: What do I use?
  • Re: Attacks on PGP
  • Re: OS noise [Was: a hole in PGP]
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • Provably Correct Crypto?
  • What do I use?
  • Re: Provably Correct Crypto?
  • Re: Provably Correct Crypto?
  • Re: [NOISE] was Re: a hole in PGP
  • Re: US vs Overseas Banks
  • QIK_san
  • Pat Robertson Fears E-cash?
  • who cypherpunks
  • Billing for internet usage
  • Re: There's a hole in your crypto, dear Eliza dear Eliza...
  • NRC Panel, Law Enforcement questions
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • Re: Pat Robertson Fears E-cash?
  • Re: Zimmermann legal fund
  • Re: Provably Correct Crypto?
  • Re: Stopped at the boarder
  • Provably Correct Crypto?
  • Re: commerical busters
  • RE:NRC Panel, Law Enforcement questions
  • anonymity review in law journal
  • Re: US vs Overseas Banks
  • "The Future does not Compute"
  • Re: NRC Panel, Law Enforcement questions
  • Re: Pat Robertson Fears E-cash?
  • Munition (RSA) Tshirt Testimonial
  • Software Glitch FYI (fwd)
  • Re: Provably Correct Crypto?
  • Re: Pat Robertson Fears E-cash?
  • pkzip cracking
  • Re: a hole in PGP{[email protected]
  • Re: A hole in PGP
  • Re: Pat Robertson Fears E-cash?
  • Re: Provably Correct Crypto?
  • Re: Provably Correct Crypto?
  • some discussion of rannos in PGP (was: of a hole in PGP)
  • some discussion of rannos in PGP (was: of a hole in PGP)
  • Re: There's a hole in your crypto...
  • Re: There's a hole in your crypto...
  • HEY_now
  • NYET--attempted formal specs (again)
  • Consumer Report: RSA T-Shirt
  • Re: Provably Correct Crypto
  • Net Censorship bill
  • Re: anonymity review in law journal
  • Re: Provably Correct Crypto?
  • Are there free implementations of DSS available?
  • Re: Pat Robertson Fears E-cash?
  • Mierda
  • Re: Pat Robertson Fears E-cash?
  • Object Oriented Crypto API
  • NYET--attempted formal specs (again)
  • Re: Consumer Report: RSA T-Shirt
  • Re: Pat Robertson Fears E-cash?
  • Re: US vs Overseas Banks
  • "The Net"
  • DETWEILLER
  • Cypherpunks Lobbying? (fwd)
  • Re: LD was Re: [NOISE] was Re: a hole in PGP
  • Re: LD was Re: [NOISE] was Re: a hole in PGP
  • Re: NYET--attempted formal specs (again)
  • EPIC Alert 2.08
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • a hole in PGP{[email protected]
  • Re: "The Net"
  • Re: Zimmermann legal fund
  • Re: your mail
  • Re: "The Net"
  • Re: NYET--attempted formal specs (again)
  • Re: "The Net"
  • Re: Sat phone permit "wire"taps
  • Re: Provably Correct Crypto?
  • Re: NYET--attempted formal specs (again)
  • Re: US vs Overseas Banks
  • Re: US vs Overseas Banks
  • Using private keys on "insecure" multi-user systems for fun and profit!
  • Transport Layer Security (Was: Re: "Cypherpunks Write Code" as a Putdown)
  • Re: NYET--attempted formal specs (again)
  • Re: "Codebreakers" on PBS in NYC????
  • Re: Transport Layer Security (Was: Re: "Cypherpunks Write Code" as a Putdown)
  • Using MacPGP to revoke a key...
  • Re: "The Net"
  • Re: Transport Layer Security (Was: Re: "Cypherpunks Write Code" as a Putdown)
  • ACLU Opposes Exon-Like Speech Crimes in Managers Amend. to House Telco Bill
  • Re: "The Net"
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • Re: Australia next to ban PGP
  • Re: building libraries
  • Re: NYET--attempted formal specs (again)
  • Re: building libraries
  • Re: "Codebreakers" on PBS in NYC????
  • Noise: PBS under the Republicans (fwd)
  • Re: Object Oriented Crypto API
  • Re: Noise: PBS under the Republicans (fwd)
  • Re: There's a hole in your crypto...
  • Re: There's a hole in your crypto, dear Eliza dear Eliza...
  • EU Data Protection
  • Re: Object Oriented Crypto API
  • Re: NYET--attempted formal specs (again)
  • Re: Pat Robertson Fears E-cash?
  • Re: NYETSCAPE
  • Re: There's a hole in your crypto...
  • Re: Pat Robertson Fears E-cash?
  • Re: Pat Robertson Fears E-cash?
  • Re: There's a hole in your crypto...
  • Did Clinton Authorize Electronic Warfare Against Davidians? (fwd)
  • Re: There's a hole in your crypto...
  • Re: Did Clinton Authorize Electronic Warfare Against Davidians? (fwd)
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • Re: Object Oriented Crypto API
  • Re: Object Oriented Crypto API
  • NSA, NRO, and Keeping Secrets
  • ALERT: House to Vote This Week on Net-Censorship Bills (fwd)
  • SSLeay - Whats the story...
  • Re: "The Net"
  • 900# "Mind Your 0wn Business"
  • Re: There's a hole in your crypto...
  • Re: There's a hole in your crypto...
  • Re: Did Clinton Authorize Electronic Warfare Against Davidians? (fwd)
  • Re: Java, Netscape, OpenDoc, and Babel
  • Re: SSLeay - Whats the story...
  • Re: There's a hole in your crypto...
  • Appropriate Topics?
  • Object Oriented Crypto API
  • the Mix-L mailing list
  • Re: Noise: PBS under the Republicans (fwd)
  • Re: There's a hole in your crypto, dear Eliza dear Eliza...
  • Re: "The Net"
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • Re: "The Net"
  • Re: Java, Netscape, OpenDoc, and Babel
  • Re: SSLeay - Whats the story...
  • Re: a hole in PGP
  • Re: SSLeay - Whats the story...
  • Re: Java, Netscape, OpenDoc, and Babel
  • Re: Appropriate Topics?
  • Re: "The Net"
  • RSA has been proved correct
  • Re: SSLeay - Whats the story...
  • Re: SSLeay - Whats the story...
  • Re: Noise: PBS under the Republicans (fwd)
  • Re: SSLeay - Whats the story...
  • Noise: PBS under the Republicans (fwd)
  • PRA_fix
  • WYE_not
  • SURVEY: Money on the Internet
  • FIPS number for SHA - The Next Generation
  • ANNOUNCE:- RSAEURO Version 1.00
  • Re: PRA_fix
  • Re: Java, Netscape, OpenDoc, and Babel
  • Re: RSA has been proved correct
  • RE:NRC Panel, Law Enforcement questions
  • Java and Safe-TCL security (was Re: Java, Netscape, OpenDoc, and Babel)
  • to usura
  • to usura
  • House Adopts Exon-Like Speech Crimes, Also Adopts Cox/Wyden Amendment
  • Re: Java and Safe-TCL security
  • SuperMac Sentinel: Customer Support tale
  • Re: EU Data Protection
  • NIST/NCSSC National Information Systems Security Conference
  • Re: EU Data Protection
  • Re: Java and Safe-TCL security
  • PC E-cash (NewsClip)
  • IPng6, SWIPE, ssh, etc.
  • Re: EU Data Protection
  • Re: House Adopts Exon-Like Speech Crimes, Also Adopts Cox/Wyden , Amendment
  • PRA_fix
  • Re: PC E-cash (NewsClip)
  • Re: Java and Safe-TCL security (was Re: Java, Netscape, OpenDoc, and Babel)
  • Re: Java and Safe-TCL security
  • Re: IPng6, SWIPE, ssh, etc.
  • Re: Java and Safe-TCL security (was Re: Java, Netscape, OpenDoc, and Babel)
  • Re: IPng6, SWIPE, ssh, etc.
  • Java and Safe-TCL security (was Re: Java, Netscape, OpenDoc, and Babel)
  • Re: IPng6, SWIPE, ssh, etc.
  • Re: Java and Safe-TCL security
  • SYN_tax
  • "The Net"
  • Re: IPng6, SWIPE, ssh, etc.
  • Re: Quicken's new version
  • CFP - Electronic Commerce Conference
  • Re: Java and Safe-TCL security (was Re: Java, Netscape, OpenDoc, and Babel)
  • Re: Using MacPGP to revoke a key...
  • Re: There's a hole in your crypto...
  • fnords
  • Cox/Wyden passed, but so did "Managers' Amendment"
  • Re: Java, Netscape, OpenDoc, and Babel
  • Re: RSA has been proved correct
  • Secure FileSystem vs Secure Device
  • JIL_ted
  • There's a hole in your reasonoing
  • JAC_kio
  • Re: building libraries
  • Re: Using MacPGP to revoke a key...
  • addressing
  • Web page
  • Re: PC E-cash (NewsClip)
  • Re: NRC Panel, Law Enforcement questions
  • Re: PC E-cash (NewsClip)
  • addressing
  • Re: pkzip cracking
  • MS Money password problem
  • Re: addressing
  • Questions about SMTP and NNTP
  • Re: MS Money password problem
  • Encrypted internet traffic to Singapore??
  • Re: RSA has been proved correct
  • FC's Typs? (NewsClip)
  • Re: Pat Robertson Fears E-cash?
  • Re: RSA has been proved correct
  • Re: Pat Robertson Fears E-cash?
  • Re: RSA has been proved correct
  • Quibbling about definitions of "proof"
  • Re: There's a hole in your crypto...
  • Re: There's a hole in your crypto...
  • List of reliable remailers
  • (Fwd) Re: Law enforcement and PGP ban in Australia (fwd)
  • Over 350 'Munitions T-shirts' Shipped
  • NYPotpourii
  • Re: Encrypted internet traffic to Singapore??
  • RSA/Perl Shirts
  • Re: Quibbling about definitions of "proof"
  • Re: ACLU Opposes Exon-Like Speech Crimes in Managers Amend. to House Telco Bill
  • Re: Quibbling about definitions of "proof"
  • Re: There's a hole in your crypto...
  • Re: JIL_ted
  • Re: Quibbling about definitions of "proof"
  • Re: Over 350 'Munitions T-shirts' Shipped
  • Re: RSA has been proved correct
  • Re: Over 350 'Munitions T-shirts' Shipped
  • addresses
  • Re: RSA/Perl Shirts
  • Re: ANNOUNCE:- RSAEURO Version 1.00
  • Re: ACLU Opposes Exon-Like Speech Crimes in Managers Amend. to House Telco Bill
  • Re: "The Net"
  • www remailer interface
  • Re: "The Net"
  • Re: MS Money password problem
  • Re: Noise: PBS under the Republicans (fwd)
  • Re: www remailer interface
  • Re: Over 350 'Munitions T-shirts' Shipped
  • Re: SSLeay - Whats the story...
  • Re: www remailer interface
  • Re: Quibbling about definitions of "proof"
  • Two-faced Security Problem? Dammit Janus?
  • patent info URL
  • Re: MS Money password problem
  • Where to find Internet growth stats?
  • hardware encryption
  • Re: Where to find Internet growth stats?
  • Triple-DES controlled?
  • 700_dig
  • WDM_zum
  • See y'all in a while....
  • Re: MS Money password problem
  • RSA Catalog
  • Re: Triple-DES controlled?
  • Re: Where to find Internet growth stats?
  • Re: Triple-DES controlled?
  • Re: Triple-DES controlled?
  • Re: www remailer interface
  • [Meaningless] Vote.
  • Re: Quibbling about definitions of "proof"
  • Parental Advisory
  • Re: Triple-DES controlled?
  • Re: RSA/Perl Shirts
  • Re: Two-faced Security Problem? Dammit Janus?
  • Re: RSA/Perl Shirts
  • proving programs correct
  • Re: Pat Robertson Fears E-cash?
  • Announce: Private Idaho 2.5 beta
  • Re: Triple-DES controlled?
  • Re: Triple-DES controlled?
  • Announce: Private Idaho 2.5 beta (addendum)
  • Re: Triple-DES controlled?
  • Prime Number Gen's.
  • Prime Number Gen's.
  • Re: Prime Number Gen's.
  • Re: hardware encryption
  • Re: proving programs correct
  • alt.politics.org.cia
  • internet reporter's guide
  • PTM_kin
  • *hot* Foster news
  • Slouka's "War of the Worlds" (trashing of computers)
  • Judge Ito says NSA won't help!
  • Once Upon a Midnight Dreary
  • QAK_qak
  • RE: alt.politics.org.cia
  • www directory
  • Re: Once Upon a Midnight Dreary
  • RE: alt.politics.org.cia
  • RE: alt.politics.org.cia
  • Re: Prime Number Gen's.
  • Only 1/3 of Government Computers Down So Far
  • How To Spot a Spook page
  • Re: How To Spot a Spook page
  • Dir.Byway Virus (NewsClip)
  • Re: How To Spot a Spook page
  • Re: How To Spot a Spook page
  • Re: Dir.Byway Virus (NewsClip)
  • Re: Only 1/3 of Government Computers Down So Far
  • Re: Prime Number Gen's.
  • Re: How To Spot a Spook page
  • Re: Prime Number Gen's.
  • Re: Only 1/3 of Government Computers Down So Far
  • Re: Dir.Byway Virus (NewsClip)
  • Crypto = Competitive Advantage?
  • Re: Trouble accessing archive with Netscape
  • Re: Over 350 'Munitions T-shirts' Shipped
  • this looked like it might be interesting
  • Re: Crypto = Competitive Advantage?
  • Re: Crypto = Competitive Advantage?
  • PGP at work?
  • Re: Crypto = Competitive Advantage?
  • Sizzling!!! Was: Crypto = Co
  • Re: Only 1/3 of Government Computers Down So Far
  • Re: Crypto = Competitive Advantage?
  • "S1" encryption system (was: this looked like it might be interesting)
  • Bank Fees and E-Cash
  • Re: "S1" encryption system
  • Re: Crypto = Competitive Advantage?
  • Re: "S1" encryption system (was: this looked like it might be interesting)
  • Re: Bank Fees and E-Cash
  • Re: How To Spot a Spook page
  • Re: "S1" encryption system (was: this looked like it might be interesting)
  • Re: "S1" encryption system (was: this looked like it might be interesting)
  • Re: "S1" encryption system (was: this looked like it might be interesting)
  • Re: this looked like it might be interesting
  • This summer's special delivery?
  • Re: Only 1/3 of Government Computers Down So Far
  • Re: This summer's special delivery?
  • IPSEC goes to RFC
  • Re: "S1" encryption system (was: this looked like it might be interesting) (fwd)
  • Re: "S1" encryption system (was: this looked like it might be interesting) (fwd)
  • >actual< classification categories
  • Re: IPSEC goes to RFC
  • Re: "S1" encryption system
  • Re: "S1" encryption system (was: this looked like it might be interesting)
  • Re: "S1" encryption system
  • Hail South Florida Cypherpunks!!
  • Re: NSA, NRO, and Keeping Secrets
  • Re: Classification levels (was: Re: "S1" encryption system (was: this looked like it might be interesting) (fwd))
  • Re: Prime Number Gen's.
  • Re: There's a hole in your crypto...
  • Re: "S1" encryption system (was: this looked like it might be interesting)
  • Re: Sat phone permit "wire"taps
  • PGPFOne article in MacWeek URL
  • "S-1" key schedule
  • Re: "S1" encryption system (was: this looked like it might be interesting)
  • Re: "S-1" key schedule
  • Re: "S1" encryption system
  • Re: "S1" encryption system (was: this looked like it might be interesting)
  • ciphergroupies
  • Why DES in IPSEC ESP?
  • CAC_kle
  • Re: "S1" encryption system (was: this looked like it might
  • PGP Tools on Linux
  • Re: Why DES in IPSEC ESP?
  • Re: "S1" encryption system (was: this looked like it might be interesting)
  • Re: ciphergroupies
  • commercial advance vcrs
  • Re: IPSEC goes to RFC
  • Re: Dir.Byway Virus (NewsClip)
  • Re: Why DES in IPSEC ESP?
  • Re: Why DES in IPSEC ESP?
  • noise pollution, conspiracy theory, Perry's pet peeve
  • Re: IPSEC goes to RFC
  • Re: Why DES in IPSEC ESP?
  • Re: IPSEC goes to RFC
  • where to get RFCs and internet drafts
  • questions/info on premail
  • Conspiracies
  • Re: PGP Tools on Linux
  • Re: IPSEC goes to RFC
  • Re: "S1" encryption system (was: this looked like it might be interesting)
  • Conspiracies and "Ciphergroupies"
  • Re: Conspiracies and "Ciphergroupies"
  • Re: PGP Tools on Linux
  • More "S-1" foolishness
  • Re: Conspiracies and "Ciphergroupies"
  • Re: Conspiracies and "Ciphergroupies"
  • DED_hed
  • Re: "S1" encryption system (was: this looked like it might be interesting)
  • Legislative One-Liners
  • Re: Conspiracies and "Ciphergroupies"
  • Re: Bank Fees and E-Cash
  • No Subject
  • No Subject
  • Re: Crypto = Competitive Advantage?
  • PERRY METZGER: YOUR MOMMY IS CALLING YOU HOME
  • Re: IPSEC goes to RFC
  • Re: Crypto = Competitive Advantage?
  • F*** FOSTER
  • Is there a 12 step group in the house?
  • Re: PERRY METZGER: YOUR MOMMY IS CALLING YOU HOME
  • Re: "S1" encryption system (was: this looked like it might be interesting)
  • It may be time to electrify the floor...
  • "Protect the children" as passphrase to Constitution
  • Re: your mail
  • Re: PERRY METZGER: YOUR MOMMY IS CALLING YOU HOME
  • Re: PERRY METZGER: YOUR MOMMY IS CALLING YOU HOME
  • Re: DETWEILLER
  • Re: "Protect the children" as passphrase to Constitution
  • Re: IPSEC goes to RFC
  • UHS encoding
  • PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • No Subject
  • No Subject
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • No Subject
  • Re: PERRY METZGER: YOUR MOMMY IS CALLING YOU HOME
  • If only Vxxxx Fxxxxx had used encryption....
  • Re: IPSEC goes to RFC
  • Re: PERRY METZGER: YOUR MOMMY IS CALLING YOU HOME
  • Re: PERRY METZGER: YOUR MOMMY IS CALLING YOU HOME
  • Re: IPSEC goes to RFC
  • Re: More "S-1" foolishness (fwd)
  • Crypto-relevant flame interruption
  • Re: IPSEC goes to RFC
  • Clinton to resign?
  • Key escrow granularity (Was: If only Vxxxx Fxxxxx had used encryption)
  • Re: This summer's special delivery?
  • Re: This summer's special delivery?
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Re: PERRY METZGER: YOUR MOMMY IS CALLING YOU HOME
  • Re: PERRY METZGER: YOUR MOMMY IS CALLING YOU HOME
  • SSL bruting progress (was: Crypto-relevant flame interruption)
  • Re: "Protect the children" as passphrase to Constitution
  • Re: "S1" encryption system (was: this looked like it might
  • Australia, EU crypto ill news, crypto wars
  • Re: More "S-1" foolishness
  • Re: More "S-1" foolishness
  • Re: Australia, EU crypto ill news, crypto wars
  • Re: "Protect the children" as passphrase to Constitution
  • Re: Australia, EU crypto ill news, crypto wars
  • Re: IPSEC goes to RFC
  • Re: More "S-1" foolishness
  • Re: SSL bruting progress
  • Re: Clinton to resign?
  • Re: IPSEC goes to RFC
  • Re: More "S-1" foolishness
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Re: IPSEC goes to RFC
  • Re: \"S1\" encryption system
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Re: SSL bruting progress
  • Re: Australia, EU crypto ill news, crypto wars
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Re: IPSEC goes to RFC
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Re: your mail
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Bay Area Meeting This Weekend?
  • Re: Bank Fees and E-Cash
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Re: EU Data Protection
  • Re: EU Data Protection
  • TIM MAY IS A CYPHERWEENIE
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Re: your mail
  • No Subject
  • Purple Boxes
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Re: More "S-1" foolishness
  • Still more "S-1" foolishness
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Re: More "S-1" foolishness
  • PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Re: your mail
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Access
  • hard hymns
  • Oops, Sorry
  • Nym Server Development....
  • Re: Nym Server Development....
  • Euro Comm Adopts Privacy Directive (NewsClip)
  • No Subject
  • Re: IPSEC goes to RFC
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Re: your mail
  • Re: Nym Server Development....
  • Re: your mail
  • Re: F*** FOSTER
  • PERRY-GRAMS (Does Perry speak for Cypherpunks?)
  • Re: EU Data Protection
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Re: "S1" encryption system
  • Purple Boxes
  • Re: EU Data Protection
  • Re: Nym server development....
  • Re: IPSEC goes to RFC
  • YOM_ama
  • e$: Reuters Smells the Coffee
  • Mix-L is now archived..
  • Significance of PGPFone?
  • Re: Purple Boxes
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Re: Purple Boxes
  • Re: Still more "S-1" foolishness
  • Stupid XOR Question
  • Re: Stupid XOR Question
  • Re: IPSEC goes to RFC
  • Re: Bank Fees and E-Cash
  • Richelson's Latest
  • Richelson Doesn't Know C (was Re: Richelson's Latest)
  • Re: F*** FOSTER
  • SOW_gut
  • First Source release SKIP Implementation shows up
  • Re: Euro Comm Adopts Privacy Directive (NewsClip)
  • Re: EU Data Protection
  • MS BuoysTBS to Buy CBS?
  • some points on weak codes
  • Re: Significance of PGPFone?
  • IETF working to define a public key infrastructure
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • EYE_see
  • No Subject
  • Why does the feed always get hosed on a weekend?
  • SKIP (Security on the IP Layer) Sources
  • Who Else is Reading your Email? (From Cu Digest, #7.67)
  • Who Else is Reading your Email? (From Cu Digest, #7.67)
  • EYE_see
  • Q's on Number Theory/Quadriatic Residues
  • Re: Q's on Number Theory/Quadriatic Residues
  • Re: Q's on Number Theory/Quadriatic Residues
  • Bet e$ on how long it will take for PGPFone to make it overseas!
  • My pseudo-anonymous dream list
  • Why break ITAR? (was: Bet e$ on how long it will take for PGPFone to make it overseas!)
  • Re: Bet e$ on how long it will take for PGPFone to make it overseas!
  • Re: Bet e$ on how long it will take for PGPFone to make it overseas!
  • How to launder money (internationally) (fwd)
  • Re: Bet e$ on how long it will take for PGPFone to make it overseas!
  • Changes in Operation..
  • Australia crypto ill news: pointers
  • votelink - some discussions on Phil Z & ITAR
  • Re: Q's on Number Theory/Quadriatic Residues
  • premail www interface
  • CoS Raid on "Copyright Terrorist"
  • Data Secrecy Rift
  • Re: Data Secrecy Rift
  • List of reliable remailers
  • E-Systems Digitrac 6700
  • Re: "Protect the children" as passphrase to Constitution
  • Re: My pseudo-anonymous dream list
  • COS_sak
  • CEL_tic
  • Re: PRZ encrypted voice software release imminent
  • Re: An article for Wired magazine
  • Are we forming the "social sector"? FYIntrospection...
  • Re: Are we forming the "social sector"? FYIntrospection...
  • Re: My pseudo-anonymous dream list
  • Re: Are we forming the "social sector"? FYIntrospection...
  • Re: An article for Wired magazine
  • Get 1/3 net of 900-CAN-MY0B
  • Re: Bet e$ on how long it will take for PGPFone to make it overseas!
  • Re: An article for Wired magazine
  • Phone Card Risks
  • An article for Wired magazine
  • Request for Cypherpunks to CU-SeeMeize mbone video
  • Re: Phone Card Risks
  • Re: PERRY METZGER: YOUR MOMMY IS CALLING YOU HOME
  • Name Overloading
  • Re: votelink - some discussions on Phil Z & ITAR
  • e$: Reuters Smells the Coffee + (cyphergroupie confession)
  • Re: An article for Wired magazine
  • Re: An article for Wired magazine
  • Re: Q's on Number Theory/Quadriatic Residues
  • You are being monitored
  • Re: You are being monitored
  • Re: You are being monitored
  • CAT_tal
  • Re: CoS Raid on "Copyright Terrorist"
  • Use of the IV in DES & stuffing the first block w/ random stuff
  • The Spotlight
  • Re: You are being monitored
  • Free Life article
  • Re: An article for Wired magazine
  • PCryptoids
  • Smalltalk Musings
  • VIACRYPT =money for Phil Z ???
  • Re: My pseudo-anonymous dream list (fwd)
  • Re: VIACRYPT
  • CAT_tal
  • Re: CoS Raid on "Copyright Terrorist"
  • Re: VIACRYPT =money for Phil Z ???
  • Re: CoS Raid on "Copyright Terrorist"
  • Re: Use of the IV in DES & stuffing the first block w/ random stuff
  • Re: Object Oriented Crypto API
  • Re: Purple Boxes
  • Re: Use of the IV in DES & stuffing the first block w/ random stuff
  • RC4 key search report
  • Re: Purple Boxes
  • Re: CoS Raid on "Copyright Terrorist"
  • TYM_eup
  • Re: Purple Boxes
  • Re: Purple Boxes
  • Re: Purple Boxes
  • Re: Purple Boxes
  • Re: Purple Boxes
  • Re: An article for Wired magazine
  • Re: Purple Boxes
  • Purple Boxes vs. Native Signal Processing
  • next letter...
  • SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: Purple Boxes
  • Re: Purple Boxes
  • Re: An article for Wired magazine
  • Re: Purple Boxes
  • PGP use in Guatemala?
  • PRZ Wins One
  • Zimmermann wins Chrysler Award
  • Re: Purple Boxes vs. Native Signal Processing
  • Re: Use of the IV in DES & stuffing the first block w/ random stuff
  • BUY_lou
  • Re: BUY_lou
  • Eudora/Trumpet encryption
  • DSP's, Purple Boxes, Etc...
  • Phone call for Mr. Doligez, was Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: Phone call for Mr. Doligez, was Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: Purple Boxes
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: Phone call for Mr. Doligez, was Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: Phone call for Mr. Doligez, was Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Purple Boxes
  • FBI Files on Clipper Releas
  • Re: Phone call for Mr. Doligez, was Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: Purple Boxes
  • Question: DSA status and export requirements?
  • Erroneous HPCwire phone #
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: FBI Files on Clipper Release
  • Re: Object Oriented Crypto API
  • genetic software patents (fwd)
  • Re: FBI Files on Clipper Release
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Randal Schwartz Petition
  • Re: Phone call for Mr. Doligez, was Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • ELINT easier than HUMINT
  • SmartCash (NewsClip)
  • Re: Phone call for Mr. Doligez, was Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • SSL Challenge - Some thoughts
  • Re: Phone call for Mr. Doligez, was Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: FBI Files on Clipper Release
  • SmartCash
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Out of state gambling
  • Re: SmartCash (NewsClip)
  • WSJ on SSL Crack
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: Phone call for Mr. Doligez, was Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • (fwd>>)309,485,009,821,345,068,724,781,056
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • UK Independent on SSL crack
  • Predicament Again
  • Another SSL breakage...
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: Another SSL breakage...
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • RUB_han
  • Netsacpe's Offical Response
  • Re: Out of state gambling
  • Over 350 RSA/Perl 'Munitions T-shirts' Shipped
  • Re: Netsacpe's Offical Response
  • Breaking RC4-40 for less
  • Re: Netsacpe's Offical Response
  • First known purchase of physical goods with cyberbucks
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Idle compute cycles [Re: Netscape's Offical Response]
  • Re: First known purchase of physical goods with cyberbucks
  • Re: First known purchase of physical goods with cyberbucks
  • Denver area meeting, SUNDAY, 8/20, 2 pm
  • Re: Idle compute cycles [Re: Netscape's Offical Response]
  • Breaking DES anyone? (was: Breaking RC4-40 for less)
  • Re: Breaking DES anyone? (was: Breaking RC4-40 for less)
  • Re: Netsacpe's Offical Response
  • Cost to Crack Keys
  • RC40 and what we still need to do
  • Message from a nobody...
  • Re: First known purchase of physical goods with cyberbucks
  • The Official Cypherpunks Screen Saver?
  • Re: First known ... (stop this thread please)
  • Re: Cost to Crack Keys
  • Cost to Crack Keys
  • Re: Breaking DES anyone? (was: Breaking RC4-40 for less)
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: The Official Cypherpunks Screen Saver?
  • Re: First known purchase of physical goods with cyberbucks
  • Strong encryption for credit cards only
  • Re: Cost to Crack Keys
  • Silly technical question from a non-technical person
  • Re: Breaking DES anyone? (was: Breaking RC4-40 for less)
  • Silly technical question from a non-technical person
  • Dumb question (Re: RSA T-Shirt)
  • Re: First known purchase of physical goods with cyberbucks
  • More on Netscape
  • new o'reilly security book
  • nontoxic neuron interface built
  • WANTED: anonymous remailer source code
  • Re: Silly technical question from a non-technical person
  • Re: More on Netscape
  • Non-News Govt Announcement on Key Escrow
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: More on Netscape
  • I need an exportable crypto algorithm.
  • Re: Another SSL breakage...
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: I need an exportable crypto algorithm.
  • Re: WANTED: anonymous remailer source code
  • Re: Another SSL breakage...
  • I need exportable crypto revisited.
  • Re: RC40 and what we still need to do
  • Re: I need exportable crypto revisited.
  • Re: More on Netscape
  • Re: I need exportable crypto revisited.
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: I need exportable crypto revisited.
  • Re: Silly technical question from a non-technical person
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • use PGP for http encryption instead!
  • Re: use PGP for http encryption instead!
  • Re: use PGP for http encryption instead!
  • Re: Non-News Govt Announcement on Key Escrow
  • Export policy change
  • Re: Export policy change
  • Re: Export policy change
  • Re: I need exportable crypto revisited.
  • Re: I need exportable crypto revisited.
  • Legality of the ITARs
  • Cheap Brute Force Attacks
  • Where is the key cracking farming software?
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: Netscape security
  • Re: (event 8/17) panel on the Net:Privacy, Security, and Parental Control
  • Key escrow agent
  • Re: Non-News Govt Announcement on Key Escrow
  • NYT on Crypto Policy
  • Re: Export policy change
  • Exportable if Escrowed Changes Nothing!
  • Article in Time Magazine
  • Re: Non-News Govt Announcem
  • Re: Exportable if Escrowed Changes Nothing!
  • Rant Generator
  • PRZ Wins One
  • Re: Export policy change
  • Re: Cost to Crack Keys
  • Re: Netscape security
  • BUK_guv
  • 28M_dip
  • NIST Release on Key Escrow
  • Re: Where is the key cracking farming software?
  • [[email protected]: Re: CoS Raid on "Copyright Terrorist"]
  • [[email protected]: Re: CoS Raid on "Copyright Terrorist"]
  • Re: use PGP for http encryption instead!
  • Re: Netscape security
  • Re: Netscape security
  • Re: Cost to Crack Keys
  • Re: Netscape security
  • Re: Export policy change
  • Re: Netscape security
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: Export policy change
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: Where is the key cracking farming software?
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • SSL challenge and escrows
  • Re: Where is the key cracking farming software?
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Distributed computing
  • Re: Netscape security
  • PGP encryption for HTML forms
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: Netscape security
  • Re: Article in Time Magazine
  • Certificates/Anonymity/Policy/True Names
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: Netscape security
  • Re: Certificates/Anonymity/Policy/True Names
  • Re: Netscape security
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Cypherpunks' ideal escrow agent
  • Re: Exportable if Escrowed Changes Nothing!
  • Re: SSL challenge -- broken !
  • Re: Cypherpunks' ideal escrow agent
  • Re: Certificates/Anonymity/Policy/True Names
  • Re: Cypherpunks' ideal escrow agent
  • Re: Certificates/Anonymity/Policy/True Names
  • Economic Model for Key Cracking
  • Re: Netscape security
  • WhiSSLing in the Dark
  • Re: Export policy change
  • Re: Economic Model for Key Cracking
  • Re: Netscape security
  • Re: WhiSSLing in the Dark
  • Re: WhiSSLing in the Dark
  • Re: Certificates/Anonymity/Policy/True Names
  • PGP Certification Service for Pseudonyms
  • Re: PGP Certification Service for Pseudonyms
  • Strong encryption for credit cards only
  • Sun's buggy MD5?
  • Re: Certificates/Anonymity/Policy/True Names
  • Re: Certificates/Anonymity/Policy/True Names
  • Re: Economic Model for Key Cracking
  • Red Shift
  • Re: Exportable if Escrowed Changes Nothing!
  • Time-memory tradeoff in SSL's RC4 code?
  • Export policy change
  • Anonymous certificates
  • Re: Certificates/Anonymity/Policy/True Names
  • Re: Where is the key cracking farming software?
  • Perot and Scrap Cycles
  • Vacation
  • NSA into antigravity?
  • Re: Economic Model for Key Cracking
  • Re: Exportable if Escrowed
  • NSA's black hole event detector
  • So, NSA can break 64-bit keys
  • HAQ_kof
  • Re: Eudora/Trumpet encryption (stupid, solved here)
  • SSL Challenge #2
  • (Fwd) 1995 Nanotechnology Conference
  • Has anyone written a 'secure' (ahem) html server?
  • Re: Export policy change
  • Costs of Credit Card Fraud and Brute-Force Codebreaking
  • Re: SSL challenge and escrows
  • Load-sharing for Key Cracking
  • Re: Certificates/Anonymity/Policy/True Names
  • Re: Costs of Credit Card Fraud and Brute-Force Codebreaking
  • 64 bit keys breakable by the NSA or just some random key length?
  • Re: Costs of Credit Card Fraud and Brute-Force Codebreaking
  • Cypherpunks on IRC?
  • Re: 64 bit keys breakable by the NSA or just some random key length?
  • Apologies
  • Re: Economic Model for Key Cracking
  • Liability for Key Cracking in Idle Hours?
  • DAM_lyz
  • Re: Certificates/Anonymity/Policy/True Names
  • Re: So, NSA can break 64-bit keys
  • Re: SSL Challenge #2
  • Spooks and Hackers Inc
  • Liability for Key Cracking via Java scripts?
  • Re: 64 bit keys breakable by the NSA or just some random key length?
  • Re: The Official Cypherpunks Screen Saver?
  • The greater socio-economic good
  • Re: SSL Challenge #2
  • Re: Certificates/Anonymity/Policy/True Names
  • EFF, Mike Godwin, Cliff Stoll
  • Spooks and Hackers, etc.
  • Re: Costs of Credit Card Fraud and Brute-Force Codebreaking
  • Re: Spooks and Hackers, etc.
  • Re: Economic Model for Key Cracking
  • Re: Certificates/Anonymity/Policy/True Names
  • Re: Red Shift
  • Netscape to copyright URLs?
  • Would it be legal for a foreign site to carry Netscape?
  • Re: Would it be legal for a foreign site to carry Netscape?
  • Re: Netscape to copyright URLs?
  • Re: NSA into antigravity?
  • MSN hackers heaven (fwd)
  • Re: NSA into antigravity?
  • Re: NSA into antigravity?
  • A glance at the future of missing child identification
  • Re: MSN hackers heaven (fwd)
  • Re: NSA into antigravity?
  • Re: NSA into antigravity?
  • MSN hackers heaven (fwd)
  • Re: Netscape to copyright URLs?
  • Re: A glance at the future of missing child identification
  • Re: Another SSL breakage...
  • Re: Another SSL breakage...
  • Re: Non-News Govt Announcement on Key Escrow
  • Secure, reliable (Re: Distributed computing)
  • Re: your mail
  • Legality of suverting computational cycles via Microsoft
  • Re: CoS Raid on "Copyright Terrorist"
  • Re: Netscape to copyright URLs?
  • Re: A glance at the future of missing child identification
  • Basically F-C-ed
  • Re: Basically F-C-ed
  • Re: NSA into antigravity?
  • Re: Certificates/Anonymity/Policy/True Names
  • Re: A glance at the future of missing child identification
  • Re: Basically F-C-ed
  • Re: (Fwd) 1995 Nanotechnology Conference
  • Re: A glance at the future of missing child identification
  • Third World Man
  • Re: (Fwd) 1995 Nanotechnology Conference
  • Re: Basically F-C-ed
  • Re: Secure, reliable (Re: Distributed computing)
  • Re: Sun's buggy MD5?
  • Re: Certificates/Anonymity/Policy/True Names
  • Re: Basically F-C-ed
  • RealAudio website temporary password
  • Re: WhiSSLing in the Dark
  • Re: RealAudio website temporary password
  • Re: RealAudio website temporary passwordRe: RealAudio website temporary password
  • Re: RealAudio website temporary passwordRe: RealAudio website temporary password
  • Re: RealAudio website temporary password
  • Re: Basically F-C-ed
  • Re: Third World Man
  • List of reliable remailers
  • NEXT CHALLENGE...
  • Re: Third World Man
  • Re: Basically F-C-ed
  • Re: Export policy change
  • Re: A glance at the future of missing child identification
  • Re: Certificates/Anonymity/Policy/True Names
  • Re: A glance at the future of missing child identification
  • Re: NEXT CHALLENGE...
  • NEXT CHALLENGE: volunteers to compile brutessl for a few platforms
  • NEXT CHALLENGE: plan of action
  • NEXT CHALLENGE: please check my config file
  • NEXT CHALLENGE: plan of action?
  • ENE_mah
  • Re: Third World Man
  • Re: (Fwd) 1995 Nanotechnology Conference
  • Cypherpunks Santa Cruz meeting/party, Saturday, 26 August
  • Re: NEXT CHALLENGE: plan of action?
  • Partial Key Escrow
  • Whither Barbados?
  • Re: Certificates/Anonymity/Policy/True Names
  • Re: Netscape security
  • Re: Newton 2
  • Re: Liability for Key Cracking in Idle Hours?
  • Re: Certificates/Anonymity/Policy/True Names
  • Re: NSA into antigravity?
  • Makes the News! (Was Re: SSL Broken)
  • EPIC Alert 2.09
  • interesting quote, Baltimore Sun 8/21
  • Re: Newton 2
  • NEXT CHALLENGE...
  • Re: Third World Man
  • Why 64 bit keys?
  • Doing the SSL challenge
  • [NOISE] Re: Basically F-C-ed
  • NEXT CHALLENGE: plan of action?
  • Re: Netscape security
  • Re: Third World Man
  • Quantum Computers for the 12th Time
  • Re: Certificates/Anonymity/Policy/True Names
  • Newsweek on PGPfone
  • No Subject
  • Re: Partial Key Escrow
  • Crack some code...
  • Eric Hughes?
  • DES & RC4-48 Challenges
  • Re: signing keys for nyms
  • Divide and Conquer
  • Re: Third World Man
  • Re: DES & RC4-48 Challenges
  • Re: Article in Time Magazine
  • Re: your mail
  • Re: DES & RC4-48 Challenges
  • Re: Third World Man
  • Re: DES & RC4-48 Challenges
  • True Names and Webs of Trust
  • Re: DES & RC4-48 Challenges
  • Re: DES & RC4-48 Challenges
  • Re: Certificates/Anonymity/Policy/True Names
  • Re: True Names and Webs of Trust
  • Re: Partial Key Escrow
  • e$: The Book-Entry/Certificate Distinction
  • Re: True Names and Webs of Trust
  • Re: DES & RC4-48 Challenges
  • Any code for getting noise from PC & Mac sound card?
  • Re: True Names and Webs of Trust
  • Returned mail: unknown mailer error 126
  • Re: DES & RC4-48 Challenges
  • Re: e$: The Book-Entry/Certificate Distinction
  • Re: True Names and Webs of Trust
  • Re: Partial Key Escrow
  • C$ prize for bruting Hal's next challenge?
  • Re: NEXT CHALLENGE: so, when does it start?
  • Re: C$ prize for bruting Hal's next challenge?
  • Re: NEXT CHALLENGE: so, when does it start?
  • Re: True Names and Webs of Trust
  • Re: C$ prize for bruting Hal's next challenge?
  • URGENT ANOTHER SCIENTOLOGY RAID: FACTNET
  • Re: True Names and Webs of Trust
  • Re: Third World Man
  • Re: Third World Man
  • Re: Certificates/Anonymity/Policy/True Names
  • Re: Export policy change
  • Re: e$: The Book-Entry/Certificate Distinction
  • Re: Third World Man
  • Re: DES & RC4-48 Challenges
  • Re: True Names and Webs of Trust
  • The sorry state of non-US crypto
  • Re: Third World Man
  • Re: (Fwd) 1995 Nanotechnology Conference
  • PGP for pine
  • Re: The sorry state of non-US crypto
  • PGP for pine and other Unix programs
  • CypherRant: Reasons why private cryptography should not be regulated.
  • Re: The sorry state of non-US crypto
  • Re: (Fwd) 1995 Nanotechnology Conference
  • Re: The sorry state of non-US crypto
  • Re: The sorry state of non-US crypto
  • MD5 in DOS
  • Re: True Names and Webs of Trust
  • Let Me Repeat, the Raids Must Be Stopped! A PROFOUND THREAT TO FREEDOM OF SPEECH ON THE INTERNET
  • Applied Cryptography, Second Edition
  • Re: e$: The Book-Entry/Certificate Distinction
  • Re: The sorry state of non-US crypto
  • NYS_ize
  • MD5 in DOS
  • Re: e$: The Book-Entry/Certificate Distinction
  • Subject: ANNOUNCE: 2nd SSL challenge - we need your compute!
  • Re: PGP for pine
  • Upcoming Key Escrow Meetings
  • Re: PGP for pine
  • Re: e$: The Book-Entry/Certificate Distinction
  • PGP for pine/PINESIGN 2.0
  • Re: e$: The Book-Entry/Certificate Distinction
  • Re: DES & RC4-48 Challenges
  • Re: (Fwd) 1995 Nanotechnology Conference
  • Re: True Names and Webs of Trust
  • Re: PGP for pine/PINESIGN 2.0
  • Personal: Any relation to Dan Farkas?
  • Re: Certificates/Anonymity/Policy/True Names
  • The End of the Ecash Trial?
  • Re: e$: The Book-Entry/Certificate Distinction
  • Re: DES & RC4-48 Challenges
  • Re: Personal: Flub
  • Random Hiss from Mac mike
  • Re: e$: The Book-Entry/Certificate Distinction
  • Re: The End of the Ecash Trial?
  • Re: Random Hiss from Mac mike
  • Re: Personal: Flub
  • Re: A glance at the future of missing child identification
  • Government Accountability through Cryptography
  • Re: Personal: Flub
  • Aptical foddering
  • Re: Certificates/Anonymity/Policy/True Names
  • Re: Certificates/Anonymity/Policy/True Names
  • Digital cash project? Re: The End of the Ecash Trial?
  • Re: SSL Challenge - problem with NT client?
  • Re: The sorry state of non-US crypto
  • Australia and Encryption Policy
  • PGP for elm
  • Re: DES & RC4-48 Challenges
  • Australia and Encryption Policy (fwd)
  • is there...
  • Pointer to InfoWeek article: "Internet Thieves"
  • Remailer list pinging by e-mail
  • Re: FBI Files on Clipper Release
  • Re: is there...
  • Re: Out of state gambling
  • Re: RUB_han
  • Re: MD5 in DOS
  • Re: Random Hiss from Mac mike
  • Re: Random Hiss from Mac mike
  • PacBell's idea of a good password
  • Re: The sorry state of non-US crypto
  • Re: e$: The Book-Entry/Certificate Distinction
  • Re: The End of the Ecash Trial?
  • Re: is there...
  • PGPfone Release is coming soon!
  • Re: e$: The Book-Entry/Certificate Distinction
  • Linux brutessl client
  • Shared secrets and corporations in Cyberspace.
  • Re: e$: The Book-Entry/Certificate Distinction
  • Re: Linux brutessl client
  • Brute SSL Challenge
  • Re: e$: The Book-Entry/Certificate Distinction
  • Shared secrets, virtual corporations
  • Re: Subject: ANNOUNCE: 2nd SSL challenge - we need your compute!
  • Re: Linux brutessl client
  • Global Investing using Electronic Tools
  • Re: (Fwd) 1995 Nanotechnology Conference
  • Re: Random Hiss from Mac mike
  • Re: Brute SSL Challenge
  • Brute SSL Challenge
  • Re: Linux brutessl client
  • Re: Subject: ANNOUNCE: 2nd SSL challenge - we need your compute!
  • Re: Brute SSL Challenge
  • Re: Linux brutessl client
  • Crypto DLL's/SSLeay 0.4.5
  • Re: Crypto DLL's/SSLeay 0.4.5
  • A good war cry is hard to find.
  • Re: e$: The Book-Entry/Certificate Distinction
  • Re: e$: The Book-Entry/Certificate Distinction
  • DYS_sys
  • SSL CHALLENGE: 3 hours to go...
  • Re: Let Me Repeat, the Raids Must Be Stopped! A PROFOUND THREAT TO FREEDOM OF SPEECH ON THE INTERNET
  • Re: Subject: ANNOUNCE: 2nd SSL challenge - we need your compute!
  • Re: Let Me Repeat, the Raids Must Be Stopped! A PROFOUND THREAT TO FREEDOM OF SPEECH ON THE INTERNET
  • Re: The sorry state of non-US crypto
  • Re: Subject: ANNOUNCE: 2nd SSL challenge - we need your compute!
  • Re: True Names and Webs of Trust
  • Re: Spooks and Hackers, etc.
  • brloop not working
  • Re: The End of the Ecash Trial?
  • Re: Linux brutessl client
  • Re: Spooks and Hackers, etc.
  • Re: brloop not working
  • brloop not working
  • Re: Linux brutessl client
  • brutessl client
  • Re: The End of the Ecash Trial?
  • SSL CHALLENGE: Can't search with Win32 client!
  • PGPfone Release is coming soon! (fwd)
  • Matt Blaze's paper on Clipper...
  • Re: Brute SSL Challenge
  • Re: SSL CHALLENGE: Can't search with Win32 client!
  • Re: Brute SSL Challenge
  • Re: SSL CHALLENGE: Can't search with Win32 client!
  • WinNT or Linux for SSL challenge ?
  • Re: SSL CHALLENGE: 0.11 borken?
  • SSLbrute progress.
  • BruteSSL: WTF? 0c2b-cf7a NOACK 0c2b 50000 Joe Thomas <[email protected]>
  • Re: SSL CHALLENGE: 0.11 borken?
  • Re: SSL CHALLENGE: ALERT! probable misallocation of keys?
  • BruteSSL: WTF? 0c2b-cf7a NOACK 0c2b 50000 Joe Thomas <[email protected]>
  • Re: Keys for ssl search
  • Re: SSL CHALLENGE: 0.11 borken?
  • EPIC states FBI files concluded that Clipper must be mandatory (fwd)
  • Re: SSL CHALLENGE: ALERT! probable misallocation of keys?
  • Re: SSL CHALLENGE: ALERT! probable misallocation of keys?
  • Re: SSL CHALLENGE: ALERT! probable misallocation of keys?
  • SSL CHALLENGE
  • Re: brloop not working
  • Re: brloop not working
  • Re: brloop not working
  • Re: SSL CHALLENGE: ALERT! probable misallocation of keys?
  • Re: brloop not working
  • Re: brloop not working
  • Re: SSL CHALLENGE: ALERT! probable misallocation of keys?
  • Re: SSL CHALLENGE: ALERT! probable misallocation of keys?
  • Re: SSL CHALLENGE: ALERT! probable misallocation of keys?
  • EPIC states FBI files concluded that Clipper must be mandatory (fwd)
  • Re: SSL CHALLENGE: ALERT! probable misallocation of keys?
  • Re: Matt Blaze's paper on Clipper...
  • Brutesslos2.exe won't run
  • server congestion?
  • Re: SSL CHALLENGE: ALERT! probable misallocation of keys?
  • SSL Challenge: some thoughts on the process.
  • Re: brloop not working
  • Server Bottleneck
  • Re: SSL CHALLENGE: ALERT! probable misallocation of keys?
  • Linux fix was Re: brloop not working
  • Re: server congestion
  • Re: server congestion?
  • Re: server congestion?
  • Re: server congestion?
  • Re: server congestion
  • Linux brutessl client
  • SSL Challenge: Server problems
  • Re: Linux brutessl client
  • Cypherpunks Santa Cruz meeting/party
  • Cypherpunk Brute Squad [Re: SSL Challenge: Server problems]
  • Re: SSL Challenge: Server problems
  • Re: server congestion?
  • The Theory of Nymity (value of True Names)
  • Re: Article in Time Magazine
  • OS/2 Brute SSL binary
  • Re: The Theory of Nymity (value of True Names)
  • random coincidences
  • Re: Crypto DLL's/SSLeay 0.4.5
  • Re: FBI Files on Clipper Release
  • Re: Article in Time Magazine
  • DigSig laws
  • Re: Cypherpunk Brute Squad [Re: SSL Challenge: Server problems]
  • Re: The Theory of Nymity (value of True Names)
  • improving the distributed computation
  • Two URLs of interest
  • Re: improving the distributed computation
  • [[email protected]: computers are the crime scenes of the future]
  • SSL Challenge: Are we in trouble?
  • Re: SSL Challenge: Are we in trouble?
  • Re: SSL Challenge: some thoughts on the process.
  • Re: SSL Challenge: Are we in trouble?
  • KGB_laf
  • brclient for SGI?
  • Florida Drivers Permits
  • All about Bernstein
  • Re: SSL Challenge: Are we in trouble?
  • Auto-pgp for pine/elm/tin
  • Re: improving the distributed computation
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits
  • Re: Auto-pgp for pine/elm/tin
  • Search This Space Please
  • for perl experts: brclient problem
  • Re: Cypherpunk Brute Squad [Re: SSL Challenge: Server problems]
  • Re: A 12 Crime w/in & Crime w/out--Ehlers Remark From Carl Ellison
  • Challenge / Anything working ?
  • NIST Key Escrow Issues Meeting
  • Forwarded: FSTC Electronic Check Project News Release
  • Re: Cypherpunk Brute Squad [Re: SSL Challenge: Server problems]
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits
  • brutessl web keyservice
  • ssl challenge
  • Re: Cypherpunk Brute Squad [Re: SSL Challenge: Server problems]
  • SOLVED: Re: for perl experts: brclient problem
  • Cryptanalysis of S-1
  • Re: Cryptanalysis of S-1
  • PGPfone (BETA TEST) is released
  • Approved Escrow Agents (forget GAK Motel)
  • NIST Key Escrow Papers
  • Re: Cypherpunk Brute Squad [Re: SSL Challenge: Server problems]
  • Re: ssl challenge
  • Re: SSL Challenge: Are we in trouble?
  • Re: Cypherpunk Brute Squad [Re: SSL Challenge: Server problems]
  • Wide Release (Re: PGPfone (BETA TEST) is released)
  • Re: random coincidences
  • Over 500 'Munitions T-shirts' Shipped!
  • Progress so far
  • SSL CHALLENGE: I told you so....
  • Re: SSL CHALLENGE: I told you so....
  • Security Mailing Lists
  • ADMIN: You might not be on the list anymore!
  • Auto-pgp for pine/elm/tin (fwd)
  • Re: Billing for internet usage
  • Re: Auto-pgp for pine/elm/tin (fwd)
  • Re: ADMIN: You might not be on the list anymore!
  • PINESIGN 2.2 (re: PGP for Pine)
  • Re: Auto-pgp for pine/elm/tin (fwd)
  • Re: Auto-pgp for pine/elm/tin (fwd)
  • Auto-PGP for OS/2
  • Re: ADMIN: You might not be on the list anymore!
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits
  • John Walker releases encrypting Speak Freely/Netfone
  • SSL trouble
  • Thanks for all your efforts ... you can stop now ...
  • Re: SSL CHALLENGE: I told you so....
  • Re: Wide Release (Re: PGPfone (BETA TEST) is released)
  • Microsoft Network
  • Re: Wide Release (Re: PGPfone (BETA TEST) is released)
  • Re: Wide Release (Re: PGPfone (BETA TEST) is released)
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: Wide Release (Re: PGPfone (BETA TEST) is released)
  • Re: Thanks for all your efforts ... you can stop now ...
  • Modern Journalism (was: All about Bernstein)
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • PGP and AIX
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits
  • Re: Modern Journalism (was: All about Bernstein)
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • PGPfone 1.0b4 Test at Party Tonight
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: Modern Journalism (was: All about Bernstein)
  • Re: Article in Time Magazine
  • proliferation of voicesystems
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: proliferation of voicesystems
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: proliferations of voicesystems
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: Eudora/Trumpet encryption (stupid, solved here)
  • SSL trouble
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits
  • Greetings
  • Demagnetizing
  • Re: Greetings
  • Re: Demagnetizing
  • Re: Greetings
  • Re: Demagnetizing
  • nym server development mailing list
  • SSL trouble
  • Mixmaster Questions
  • Sierra On-Line FAQ
  • Sierra On-Line Authentication Key
  • Re: proliferation of voicesystems
  • Re: C2.ORG REMAILER
  • this is getting silly (was Re: C2.ORG REMAILER)
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: proliferation of voicesystems
  • Re: proliferations of voicesystems
  • Re: proliferation of voicesystems
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits
  • Re: Demagnetizing
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits
  • Re: proliferations of voicesystems
  • Re: proliferation of voicesystems
  • Re: Thanks for all your efforts ... you can stop now ...
  • Re: proliferation of voicesystems
  • Re: Demagnetizing
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • SSl challenge - it was fun!
  • Server congestion
  • Re: proliferation of voicesystems
  • SSL ACKs vs. Anonymity (was Re: SSL trouble)
  • Re: proliferation of voicesystems
  • Re: nym server development mailing list
  • Re: SSl challenge - it was fun!
  • Re: e$: The Book-Entry/Certificate Distinction
  • Re: Thanks for all your efforts ... you can stop now ...
  • Encrypted TCP, telnet, etc
  • Re: PGP for pine and other Unix programs
  • Re: Demagnetizing
  • Auto-update (was: Re: SSl challenge - it was fun!)
  • Announcing SecureDrive 2.4
  • Re: SSl challenge - it was fun!
  • DNS key distribution/keyservers
  • oops, re last message
  • Re: Server congestion
  • Re: (Fwd) Re: Law enforcement and PGP ban in Australia
  • Re: Auto-update (was: Re: SSl challenge - it was fun!)
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits
  • JOB_les
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • List of reliable remailers
  • Pre-allocating key segments
  • Turing test novel: "Galatea 2.2"
  • Re: Bet e$ on how long it will take for PGPFone to make it overseas!
  • Re: random coincidences
  • Re: Bet e$ on how long it will take for PGPFone to make it overseas!
  • Re: Turing test novel: "Galatea 2.2"
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: Server congestion
  • Re: Pre-allocating key segments
  • R.I.P. John Brunner
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: Pre-allocating key segments
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • GOST ??
  • Re: Pre-allocating key segments
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: improving the distributed computation
  • No Subject
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: Encrypted TCP, telnet, etc
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits and a Hello
  • Re: Bet e$ on how long it will take for PGPFone to make it overseas!
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Sendmail Bugs
  • e$: A CALL FOR FOUNDERS: The Boston Society for Digital Commerce
  • Decoder ring
  • Joel's RSA-t's
  • Re: Cryptanalysis of S-1
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • [NOISE] Austin cpunks?
  • TLA Menu!
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Probability calculations
  • Joel's RSA-t's
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits and a Hello
  • Claiming chunks of keyspace...
  • "Citizen-Unit Identification" a Red Herring
  • Re: A glance at the future of missing child identification
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits
  • Re: A glance at the future of missing child identification
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits and a Hello
  • "Virtuosity" -- A New Movie
  • Re: R.I.P. John Brunner
  • Searchnet
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits and a Hello
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits and a Hello
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits and a Hello
  • SSL keyspace etc.
  • Re: Joel's RSA-t's
  • Poisson numbers for random keyspace assignment
  • Re: A glance at the future of missing child identification
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits and a Hello
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits and a Hello
  • Reputation currency
  • SSL search attacks
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits and a Hello
  • Re: A glance at the future of missing child identification
  • Re: Sendmail Bugs
  • Re: Searchnet
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits and a Hello
  • Re: Decoder ring
  • Re: Pre-allocating key segments
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits and a Hello
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits and a Hello
  • Announcing SecureDrive 2.4 (fwd)
  • Locked out of Quicken - HELP!
  • Re: SSL search attacks
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits and a Hello
  • Colorado Catacombs BBS: 303-772-1062
  • (no subject)
  • SSL brute/ng
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits and a Hello
  • Netscape's RNG
  • NIST Key Escrow meeting
  • The illegal markets of cyberspace
  • SSL and MIPS...
  • CFS and Securedrive
  • Re: Florida Drivers Permits
  • Re: SSL stuff
  • FYI: c2.org now has reasonable net
  • Mondex and currency exchange (Was: An article for Wired magazine)
  • Re: The illegal markets of cyberspace
  • SSL Suggestions
  • Re: Subject: ANNOUNCE: 2nd SSL challenge - we need your compute!
  • Re: SSL CHALLENGE: Can't search with Win32 client!
  • Re: Netscape's RNG
  • Re: SSL search attacks
  • Netsurfer Focus on Cryptography
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • CIA & Espionage
  • More Disintermediation
  • Non-US SSL128 site
  • Re: SSL trouble
  • Re: CIA & Espionage
  • Re: Modern Journalism (was: All about Bernstein) (fwd)
  • Re: SSL brute/ng
  • Re: Sendmail Bugs
  • Re: Non-US SSL128 site
  • Re: SSL brute/ng
  • CIA & Espionage
  • Re: CIA & Espionage
  • Re: SSL search attacks
  • Re: CIA & Espionage
  • Re: CIA & Espionage
  • Re: CIA & Espionage
  • Re: CIA & Espionage
  • Re: SSL search attack
  • Re: SSL search attack
  • PGP on UK TV
  • Is the book Network Security any good?
  • Ajax
  • Re: CIA & Espionage
  • Mixmaster Security Issues
  • Re: Is the book Network Security any good?
  • Re: NIST Key Escrow meeting
  • Re: CIA & Espionage
  • Re: NIST Key Escrow meeting
  • Re: Is the book Network Security any good?
  • Re: Mixmaster Security Issues
  • [comp.security.unix] Advice on password security guidelines
  • Economic Espionage?
  • yabc
  • Re: SSL search attack
  • RSA Secure (disk encryption)
  • Article in the Guardian (UK) about Hal2 not bad ....
  • Re: Is the book Network Security any good?
  • Re: Mixmaster Security Issues
  • Re: Mixmaster Security Issues
  • Re: Is the book Network Security any good?
  • Re: "Citizen-Unit Identification" a Red Herring
  • Re: C2.ORG REMAILER
  • O.J. ObCrypto: Fuhrman's Folly Fans Fakery Fears...
  • Poisson numbers for random keyspace assignment
  • Re: A glance at the future of missing child identification
  • Re: Economic Espionage?
  • Re: SSL search attacks
  • Re: Poisson numbers for random keyspace assignment
  • Re: CIA & Espionage
  • Re: O.J. ObCrypto: Fuhrman's Folly Fans Fakery Fears...
  • Re: SSL search attack
  • Re: yabc
  • opinions on RSA Secure?
  • Re: your mail
  • VCRPLUS Huffman code
  • UK Guardian article on 2nd SSL breaking
  • Re: opinions on RSA Secure?
  • Some details on RSA Secure
  • Fiat Shamir Zero Knowledge Test
  • Re: Poisson numbers for random keyspace assignment
  • Crypto '95
  • Re: SSL search attacks
  • Re: Mixmaster Security Issues
  • Re: Mixmaster Security Issues
  • Re: opinions on RSA Secure?
  • A problem with anonymity
  • Re: opinions on RSA Secure?
  • Re: A problem with anonymity
  • Re: opinions on RSA Secure?
  • Re: A problem with anonymity
  • Re: A problem with anonymity
  • Re: A problem with anonymity
  • Re: sums with BIG numbers
  • Re: opinions on RSA Secure?
  • Re: sums with BIG numbers
  • LuRaSHA vaporware...
  • Re: SSL search attack
  • cypherpunks lite?
  • CLAIMING CHUNKS OF KEYSPACE...
  • "CITIZEN-UNIT IDENTIFICATION" A RED HERRING
  • SSL keyspace etc.
  • RE: FLORIDA DRIVERS PERMITS AND A HELLO
  • NIST KEY ESCROW MEETING
  • RE: THE ILLEGAL MARKETS OF CYBERSPACE
  • [COMP.SECURITY.UNIX] ADVICE ON PASSWORD SECURITY GUIDELINES
  • RE: CIA & ESPIONAGE
  • O.J. ObCrypto: Fuhrman's Folly Fans Fakery Fears...
  • SSL and MIPS...
  • RE: NIST KEY ESCROW MEETING
  • A problem with anonymity
  • MORE DISINTERMEDIATION
  • SSL SUGGESTIONS
  • Re: CIA & Espionage
  • ECONOMIC ESPIONAGE?
  • Article in the Guardian (UK) about Hal2 not bad ....
  • Re: Is the book Network Security any good?
  • Re: ecash remailer
  • [Fwd: Re: Code Review Guidelines (draft)]
  • No Subject

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