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*To*: [email protected]*Subject*: Re: Fortress Remailers*From*: [email protected] (Ken Landaiche)*Date*: Thu, 29 Sep 94 12:09:48 PDT*Sender*: [email protected]

Could one set up a virtual remailer that floated around a set of news groups? The active remailer would pass an encrypted token to a randomly chosen member of the set which would become the remailer for the next interval. A compromized member of the set might then eat the token, rendering th remailer inoperative, but maybe that could be overcome. Although I don't have much more than a layman's grasp of cryptography my basic thought is to consider the set of potential mailers the way one would consider some known element in a cryptographic scheme, such as a randomly accessed lookup table, so that if a cracker couldn't determine the next element in the table, she couldn't determine where the remailer would be next, either.

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