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Re: Cypherpunk Mailboxes?
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On Mon, 2 Sep 1996, William H. Geiger III wrote:
> I have a thought for addressing the anon. problem.
> We could create a network of anonymous remailers with mailboxes. All
> messages in the mailboxes are stored encrypted. No information about the
> users are keep. Users would be be given x K of mailbox space.
> We could use PGP keys for encrypting the messages. Each user would have his
> own key pair for his anonymous mailbox. Any plain text messages received to
> the server would be encrypted on recept.
> Let the government's subpoena away. :)
> "Sorry we don't have user addresses, no I can't decrypt those messages
> Senator." <BEG>
> What do you think?
The only problem is there has to be someway for users to retrieve their mail.
The current nym server approach is to use an encrypted reply block to send a
user new mail. This way the nym server doesn't know who the user is. If users
have to actively retrieve their mail, then the feds could install a packet
sniffer on the remailers net link to find out the real email address of an
- -- Mark
PGP encrypted mail prefered.
Key fingerprint = d61734f2800486ae6f79bfeb70f95348
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