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Re: "S1" encryption system (was: this looked like it might be interesting)
> Two other possibilities: (1) It's merely an independently produced
> cryptosystem disguised as a "leak" to save its creator the trouble of
> asking experts to analyze it for him/her.
It strikes me as rather foolish to mail off anonymous copies to several
individual recipients (Matt, Perry, Tim, ...) in addition to the list, if
S1 is a real leak. Why aid the traffic analysts by firing off multiple
messages through the remailers ?
BTW, the code has been posted to Usenet by a Frank Falstaff -- look for
message ID <[email protected]> in sci.crypt (Wed, Aug. 9, 1995).
His article refers to a message ID (namely <[email protected]>)
that differs from the message ID of the copy sent to c'punks. So it looks
like there was at least one additional recipient. That's a minimum of 5
originals so far....