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From: Eliah Kagan (degeneracypressuregmail.com)
Date: Thu Jun 19 2008 - 02:07:46 CDT
> On Thu, 19 Jun 2008 13:00:49 +1000, rawket wrote:
>> /There is no denying that an OTR Conversation has been encrypted..
>> Its because the private keys change ultra-frequently, and the keys
>> are short lived that it provides the 'plausible deniability'
On Thu, Jun 19, 2008 at 2:28 AM, Tonnerre Lombard wrote:
> Not exactly. The plausible deniability is due to the fact that the
> signature is executed using a symmetric key known to both parties, so
> that either party (but noone else) could have sent the message.
You're saying the parties to the conversation can plausibly deny they
sent the messages because they're the only ones who could have sent
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