[Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
decoy at iki.fi
Thu Mar 27 00:26:38 EDT 2014
On 2014-03-26, Ralf Senderek wrote:
> It's not an inherent property of a cloud to be insecure.
How is it not? You have to be able to contact the cloud in some way.
Once you've contacted it in some way, they know your real name. They can
then kill you off if you do something suspicious, including you
contacting the cloud in a way they can't make sense of.
Eventually, inevitably, they will kill you simply because they suspect
you did something they didn't explicitly allow you to do. Under that
nebulous threat model of all non-bureacratese being deathworthy, how
precisely can you call any cloud secure?
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