This solves nothing.
posted on 06/23/2013 11:46:52 PM PDT
(http://junipersec.wordpress.com (Obama equals Osama))
This is not sophisticated, but will give you an idea how to really hide a message if you want to.
My message is in bold:
You should not fear your benevolent government, who
can use a variety of means to protect you. Bad people can
easily use our communications systems for bad purposes and can
hide their bad intent in encrypted messages or
a simple email. The government has the technology to find this
message and stop these nasty people from harming us,
if they didn't, then two stupid boys from Chechnya might hurt
you. So don't fear the government, they only
want to help you. So, there are ways to hide a message if you want
Do you see it?You can easily hide a message if you want to.
posted on 06/24/2013 12:13:53 AM PDT
by Bon mots
It won't work. Email is sent as ASCII character codes; not as images of letters. When you see a particular font, that's because there's HTML formatting included in the email. But the underlying message is still quite readable to a machine. To make a font like this work, you would have to send the message as an image file; difficult, but not impossible to read.
posted on 06/24/2013 12:46:35 AM PDT
(Winter is coming.)
Why not just use ROT13, which is just as secure?
posted on 06/24/2013 3:10:23 AM PDT
by Lonesome in Massachussets
(Doing the same thing and expecting different results is called software engineering.)
This is ridiculous.
The NSA has more cryptologists per square foot that any entity in the world. If you invent an entirely new font, they’ll have it countered within the week
And how does this concept affect voice transmissions?
posted on 06/24/2013 3:33:23 AM PDT
(A "natural born citizen" -- two American citizen parents and born in the USA.)
Immediately, the NSA would simply adapt their readers to accomodate this changed font.
posted on 06/24/2013 3:38:30 AM PDT
("AP" clearly stands for American Pravda. Our news media has become completely and proudly Soviet.)
posted on 06/24/2013 6:19:00 AM PDT
(Here's a big "Howdy!" to all the guys at NSA!!!)
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