Using remailers to communicate without anyone knowing the sender or recipient
- From: Anonymous Remailer <mix@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 28 Jul 2009 00:03:23 +0200
What if terrorists used encrypted e-mails routed through the remailer
system to prevent anyone from knowing with whom they are communicating?
Intelligence agencies have in the past stated that they are not so much
interested in the content of the communications as in knowing who is
communicating with who. This would be a way to bypass the dragnet
systems set up around the world. They would see e-mails being sent and
received, but they would be unable to read the contents (provided they
used AES-256 with a symmetric key delivered by secure method) or with
whom that person was communicating.
Hasn't anyone thought of this before?
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