Re: [Fwd: Mail delivery failed: returning message to sender]
On Wednesday, March 27, 2002, at 01:41 AM, Anthony Towns wrote:
Yep. Brute force is quite effective when n is low. Suffice it to
say, aj knows your votes now and will use it --- somehow ---
in his nefarious schemes to get Woody out the door before pigs
can read mail.
BTW, if there are only a couple of unknowns about the original message
(like, say, the order of the numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4), it's pretty
straightforward to recover it from just a cryptographic signature.
There are ways to avoid this problem, of course, but Debian
doesn't use them. Applied Crypto devotes far too many pages too
the subject of secure elections.
 He hasn't been to clear on how, offering merely a 'mwahahaha'
 it is said that all programs will continue to bloat until
they can read email. Or www, if you're one of those new-
fangled type. I believe we can consider a pig a program
for the purpose of this discussion.
 Some might argue that this has already happened. See
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