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Re: [PAPER] Juggling with packets: floating data storage
From: Darren Reed (avaloncaligula.anu.edu.au)
Date: Thu Oct 09 2003 - 23:07:37 CDT
In some mail from der Mouse, sie said:
> >> [...stuff about using the network as a delay-line storage
> >> mechanism...]
> > [...]
> > So who cares? Why juggle when shelves hold so much more?
> Because when you're storing something you don't want to be visibly seen
> to be storing (typically something that's strong evidence of nefarious
> activities - a simple example might be stolen credit card numbers) you
> want a form of storage that disappears with few-to-no traces pointing
> to you when law enforcement rolls through and seizes your computer.
deniable cryptographic storage