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Return to our board-and-nails analogy. Imagine a thick heavy cord between
some nails and fine light thread between others. Call the importance, thickness
or heaviness of a link its weight.
We can split the conspiracy, reduce or eliminating important communication between a few high weight links or many low weight links. Traditional attacks on conspiratorial power groupings, such as assassination, have cut high weight links by killing, kidnapping, blackmailing or otherwise marginalizing or isolating some of the conspirators they were connected to.
Originally posted by Ibex08
Notice the end bit saying "Keep it secret, keep it safe:" Well the links after it are for the insurance.aes256 file.
Originally posted by nonamousely
I am up in the air over Wikileaks. I don't want to say they can't be dangerous. Assange I'm sure has a better handle on the situation then I do. What I am saying is that the NYT never questioned the validty of the documents. That is not good journalism.
Originally posted by Lady_Tuatha
* looks at watch*
Come on guys! I have been following this thread and others like it in other forums from the start, and noone is even remotely close yet to cracking it.
Im thinking that wikileaks may not know how to get into it, that could be the reason they have it up, let someone else figure it out.
Starting around 1997, Assange co-invented "Rubberhose deniable encryption", a cryptographic concept made into a software package for Linux designed to provide plausible deniability against rubber-hose cryptanalysis, which he originally intended "as a tool for human rights workers who needed to protect sensitive data in the field".
studied physics and mathematics at the University of Melbourne