• Decoding this...

    From Avon@21:1/179 to Pequito on Thursday, January 12, 2017 22:10:00
    -----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE-----
    Version: GnuPG v1

    jA0EAgMC6lhJCIGjyRhgyZSjdWKre6cUKuwlDIF0sfx3zr4lBox55Orn8/+FgKTf DtAwHtW2TwOCypPLYXOw3hEQLzqwi6hX7P59gcTDl0FndpreI4osPazV/15dH19S VqSb5wZluBcfu1AHEvq/48VfmX6wYWAnwWN1H0ZGVOtl69WFhLUGgVs1sgnUUjNR hfgReVgygJPPFxekGp5r5WMa926A
    =Qabr
    -----END PGP MESSAGE-----

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Raspberry Pi)
    * Origin: Cryptogenic Radix (21:1/179)
  • From Pequito@21:1/126 to Avon on Thursday, January 12, 2017 02:39:00
    On 01/12/17, Avon said the following...

    -----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE-----
    Version: GnuPG v1

    jA0EAgMC6lhJCIGjyRhgyZSjdWKre6cUKuwlDIF0sfx3zr4lBox55Orn8/+FgKTf DtAwHtW2TwOCypPLYXOw3hEQLzqwi6hX7P59gcTDl0FndpreI4osPazV/15dH19S VqSb5wZluBcfu1AHEvq/48VfmX6wYWAnwWN1H0ZGVOtl69WFhLUGgVs1sgnUUjNR hfgReVgygJPPFxekGp5r5WMa926A
    =Qabr
    -----END PGP MESSAGE-----

    "Clipboard" contained no valid encrypted data.
    When attempted to decrypt.

    +- $s.s$s.s$ ----------------------------------------+
    | $²"$$$"²$ twinklebbs.homeip.net |
    | .$$$. winkle BBS twinklebbs.homeip.net:8080 |
    +-- .$$$$$. -----------------------------------------+
    $²"~"²$ Christopher Malo aka Pequito!

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Linux)
    * Origin: Twinkle BBS | (21:1/126)
  • From Vk3jed@3:633/410 to Avon on Thursday, January 12, 2017 23:33:00
    Avon wrote to Pequito <=-

    @MSGID: <587748BA.72.fsx_cry@freeway.apana.org.au>
    -----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE-----
    Version: GnuPG v1

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    =Qabr
    -----END PGP MESSAGE-----

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Raspberry Pi)
    * Origin: Cryptogenic Radix (21:1/179)


    I haven't been able to decrypt today's crop of messages. Anyone need my key?


    ... I'm being held prisoner in a chocolate factory. Don't send help.
    --- MultiMail/Win32 v0.49
    * Origin: Freeway BBS - freeway.apana.org.au (3:633/410)
  • From Pequito@21:1/126 to Vk3jed on Thursday, January 12, 2017 06:38:00
    On 01/12/17, Vk3jed said the following...

    Avon wrote to Pequito <=-

    @MSGID: <587748BA.72.fsx_cry@freeway.apana.org.au>
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    Version: GnuPG v1

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    =Qabr
    -----END PGP MESSAGE-----

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Raspberry Pi)
    * Origin: Cryptogenic Radix (21:1/179)


    I haven't been able to decrypt today's crop of messages. Anyone need my key?

    Yes please, and here is my key again.

    -----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
    Version: GnuPG v2

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    =EcY3
    -----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----

    +- $s.s$s.s$ ----------------------------------------+
    | $²"$$$"²$ twinklebbs.homeip.net |
    | .$$$. winkle BBS twinklebbs.homeip.net:8080 |
    +-- .$$$$$. -----------------------------------------+
    $²"~"²$ Christopher Malo aka Pequito!

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Linux)
    * Origin: Twinkle BBS | (21:1/126)
  • From Vk3jed@3:633/410 to Pequito on Friday, January 13, 2017 07:45:00
    Pequito wrote to Vk3jed <=-


    I haven't been able to decrypt today's crop of messages. Anyone need my key?

    Yes please, and here is my key again.

    Will do when I open Thunderbird later. I do all of my crypto work that way, because I have Enigmail integrated into Thunderbird. :)


    ... Thesaurus: ancient reptile with an excellent vocabulary
    --- MultiMail/Win32 v0.49
    * Origin: Freeway BBS - freeway.apana.org.au (3:633/410)
  • From Avon@21:1/179 to Pequito on Friday, January 13, 2017 11:12:00
    On 01/12/17, Pequito said the following...

    "Clipboard" contained no valid encrypted data.
    When attempted to decrypt.

    OK so I am using just a single keyword to encode this and using 3DES
    algo to encode it with.. there is no public/privite key in these tests just a keyword and a certain algorythm that is in play.

    I'll send you another one now :)

    Best, Paul

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Raspberry Pi)
    * Origin: Cryptogenic Radix (21:1/179)
  • From bbsing@21:1/138.2 to Vk3jed on Friday, January 13, 2017 06:34:00
    I think you must make sure the '> ' is removed. gpg will not understand that stuff.

    You guys trading keys?
    Are those keys posted on the public key server?

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Linux)
    * Origin: CombatNet Support BBS | bbs.combatnet.us (21:1/138.2)
  • From Bbsing.Bbs@21:1/138 to Vk3jed on Saturday, January 14, 2017 01:29:00
    Re: Re: Decoding this...
    By: Vk3jed to Avon on Thu Jan 12 2017 11:33 pm

    Avon wrote to Pequito <=-

    @MSGID: <587748BA.72.fsx_cry@freeway.apana.org.au>
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    Version: GnuPG v1

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    =Qabr
    -----END PGP MESSAGE-----

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Raspberry Pi)
    * Origin: Cryptogenic Radix (21:1/179)


    I haven't been able to decrypt today's crop of messages. Anyone need my key
    ?


    ... I'm being held prisoner in a chocolate factory. Don't send help.
    --- MultiMail/Win32 v0.49
    * Origin: Freeway BBS - freeway.apana.org.au (3:633/410)
    Can I join in your tests?

    If we excahgne public keys.

    I will post my public key, in clear text (ascii armor) then import the key. Once you import the key you can encrypt to a recipiant. You can encrypt to several recipiants.

    I've been curious about posting a cypher text message.

    Let me know if I can join in your guy's fun.
    --- SBBSecho 3.00-Linux
    * Origin: Electronic Warfare BBS | bbs.ewbbs.net | CBNET HQ (21:1/138)
  • From Bbsing.Bbs@21:1/138 to Pequito on Saturday, January 14, 2017 01:31:00
    Re: Re: Decoding this...
    By: Pequito to Vk3jed on Thu Jan 12 2017 06:38 am

    On 01/12/17, Vk3jed said the following...

    Avon wrote to Pequito <=-

    @MSGID: <587748BA.72.fsx_cry@freeway.apana.org.au>
    -----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE-----
    Version: GnuPG v1

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    =Qabr
    -----END PGP MESSAGE-----

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Raspberry Pi)
    * Origin: Cryptogenic Radix (21:1/179)


    I haven't been able to decrypt today's crop of messages. Anyone need m
    y
    key?

    Yes please, and here is my key again.

    -----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
    Version: GnuPG v2

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    =EcY3
    -----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----

    +- $s.s$s.s$ ----------------------------------------+
    | $²"$$$"²$ twinklebbs.homeip.net |
    | .$$$. winkle BBS twinklebbs.homeip.net:8080 |
    +-- .$$$$$. -----------------------------------------+
    $²"~"²$ Christopher Malo aka Pequito!

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Linux)
    * Origin: Twinkle BBS | (21:1/126)
    I'll give it a try and send a message to you using your public key. :)
    --- SBBSecho 3.00-Linux
    * Origin: Electronic Warfare BBS | bbs.ewbbs.net | CBNET HQ (21:1/138)
  • From Bbsing.Bbs@21:1/138 to Pequito on Saturday, January 14, 2017 10:51:00
    Pequito wrote to Vk3jed <=-

    On 01/12/17, Vk3jed said the following...

    Avon wrote to Pequito <=-

    @MSGID: <587748BA.72.fsx_cry@freeway.apana.org.au>
    -----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE-----
    Version: GnuPG v1

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    =Qabr
    -----END PGP MESSAGE-----

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Raspberry Pi)
    * Origin: Cryptogenic Radix (21:1/179)


    I haven't been able to decrypt today's crop of messages. Anyone need my key?

    Yes please, and here is my key again.

    -----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
    Version: GnuPG v2

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    =EcY3
    -----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----

    +- $s.s$s.s$ ----------------------------------------+
    | $²"$$$"²$ twinklebbs.homeip.net |
    | .$$$. winkle BBS twinklebbs.homeip.net:8080 |
    +-- .$$$$$. -----------------------------------------+
    $²"~"²$ Christopher Malo aka Pequito!

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Linux)
    * Origin: Twinkle BBS | (21:1/126)

    import someone's key:
    gpg --import keyfile.key
    make sure you remove any tabs or extra spaces and save the public key to a
    file .. or pipe the output to gpg's input
    note there is way more to trusting keys, so just becareful who how you trust.

    view all keys:
    gpg --list-keys

    view just seceret key:
    gpg --list-secret-keys

    in the case of listing keys you will see the key id typically you see pub next
    to it.
    there often is the key size with a designated letter after 2048R/IDnumberletters
    this info is important if you want to send to recipiants based on ID and to
    use a specific key to send it.

    encrypting:
    inline incrypted or using a file
    gpg -o outputfile -e -u keyIDFrom -r keyIDtoRecipiant -a inputfile
    above the -a specifies its ascii armor



    exporting your key:
    gpg --export -a usernameORkeyID >public.key

    my public key:
    -----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
    Version: GnuPG v1

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    pequito .. you should be able to decrypt the text below.


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    ... ...::comptech power up::... :)bbsing(:
    --- MultiMail/Linux v0.49
    * Origin: Electronic Warfare BBS | bbs.ewbbs.net | CBNET HQ (21:1/138)
  • From Pequito@21:1/126 to Bbsing.Bbs on Saturday, January 14, 2017 16:31:00
    On 01/14/17, Bbsing.Bbs said the following...

    .. the secret is here.
    secret 0000 1101

    This was at the bottom. =)

    +- $s.s$s.s$ ----------------------------------------+
    | $²"$$$"²$ twinklebbs.homeip.net |
    | .$$$. winkle BBS twinklebbs.homeip.net:8080 |
    +-- .$$$$$. -----------------------------------------+
    $²"~"²$ Christopher Malo aka Pequito!

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Linux)
    * Origin: Twinkle BBS | (21:1/126)
  • From Bbsing.Bbs@21:1/138 to Pequito on Sunday, January 15, 2017 00:39:00
    Re: Re: Decoding this...
    By: Pequito to Bbsing.Bbs on Sat Jan 14 2017 04:31 pm

    On 01/14/17, Bbsing.Bbs said the following...

    .. the secret is here.
    secret 0000 1101

    This was at the bottom. =)

    Awesome! It worked.
    BBS messaging can be secure! :)
    Thanks Pequito, that was a great test.
    --- SBBSecho 3.00-Linux
    * Origin: Electronic Warfare BBS | bbs.ewbbs.net | CBNET HQ (21:1/138)
  • From bbsing@21:1/101 to Avon on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 21:31:00
    Did you pass the key via private message?

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Windows)
    * Origin: Agency BBS | telnet://agency.bbs.geek.nz (21:1/101)
  • From Bbsing.Bbs@21:1/138 to Pequito on Saturday, January 14, 2017 10:51:00
    Pequito wrote to Vk3jed <=-

    On 01/12/17, Vk3jed said the following...

    Avon wrote to Pequito <=-

    @MSGID: <587748BA.72.fsx_cry@freeway.apana.org.au>
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    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Raspberry Pi)
    * Origin: Cryptogenic Radix (21:1/179)


    I haven't been able to decrypt today's crop of messages. Anyone need my key?

    Yes please, and here is my key again.

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    +- $s.s$s.s$ ----------------------------------------+
    | $²"$$$"²$ twinklebbs.homeip.net |
    | .$$$. winkle BBS twinklebbs.homeip.net:8080 |
    +-- .$$$$$. -----------------------------------------+
    $²"~"²$ Christopher Malo aka Pequito!

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A31 (Linux)
    * Origin: Twinkle BBS | (21:1/126)

    import someone's key:
    gpg --import keyfile.key
    make sure you remove any tabs or extra spaces and save the public key to a
    file .. or pipe the output to gpg's input
    note there is way more to trusting keys, so just becareful who how you trust.

    view all keys:
    gpg --list-keys

    view just seceret key:
    gpg --list-secret-keys

    in the case of listing keys you will see the key id typically you see pub next
    to it.
    there often is the key size with a designated letter after 2048R/IDnumberletters
    this info is important if you want to send to recipiants based on ID and to
    use a specific key to send it.

    encrypting:
    inline incrypted or using a file
    gpg -o outputfile -e -u keyIDFrom -r keyIDtoRecipiant -a inputfile
    above the -a specifies its ascii armor



    exporting your key:
    gpg --export -a usernameORkeyID >public.key

    my public key:
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    pequito .. you should be able to decrypt the text below.


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  • From Bbsing.Bbs@21:1/138 to Pequito on Sunday, January 15, 2017 05:10:00
    Pequito wrote to Bbsing.Bbs <=-

    On 01/14/17, Bbsing.Bbs said the following...

    .. the secret is here.
    secret 0000 1101

    This was at the bottom. =)

    Perfect! It worked.

    BBS systems can have secure message communication! :)



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  • From Vk3jed@3:633/410 to Bbsing.Bbs on Tuesday, August 22, 2017 10:02:00
    Bbsing.Bbs wrote to Pequito <=-

    @TZ: 40f0
    Pequito wrote to Bbsing.Bbs <=-

    On 01/14/17, Bbsing.Bbs said the following...

    .. the secret is here.
    secret 0000 1101

    This was at the bottom. =)

    Perfect! It worked.

    BBS systems can have secure message communication! :)

    Cool, what was the total process?


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  • From Vk3jed@3:633/410 to bbsing on Saturday, January 14, 2017 08:35:00
    bbsing wrote to Vk3jed <=-

    @MSGID: <5878BE0B.82.fsx_cry@freeway.apana.org.au>
    @TZ: 412c
    I think you must make sure the '> ' is removed. gpg will not
    understand that stuff.

    There was no > when I read it. :)

    You guys trading keys?
    Are those keys posted on the public key server?

    Yeah, I posted mine the other day in here.


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  • From Vk3jed@3:633/410 to Bbsing.Bbs on Saturday, January 14, 2017 21:46:00
    Bbsing.Bbs wrote to Vk3jed <=-

    Can I join in your tests?

    If we excahgne public keys.

    Sure, that's what this echo is for. :)


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  • From Avon@21:1/175 to Pequito on Thursday, January 12, 2017 22:10:00
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  • From Bbsing.Bbs@21:1/138 to Vk3jed on Wednesday, July 31, 2019 21:24:00
    Vk3jed wrote to Bbsing.Bbs <=-

    Perfect! It worked.

    BBS systems can have secure message communication! :)

    Cool, what was the total process?
    Sorry Vk, I went dark for awhile due to projects I was working on, and you may have the process already.

    Ah .. so if I can remember the total process...
    Here is the general process.

    make sure you have a pgp/gpg key, post your public key for the initial async encryption ... this is the type where you receive someone's posted public key and then add that to your keystore, then craft a message for that person's key.

    Now if its just synchronous then... they've sent you a shared single key.

    Here on the bbs or fido, .. other packet mails you can post the message using gpg output of ascii armor ... which is basically clear text. This text you'll also use to post your key but you can use binary formats. I like the armor text style because its really versatil.

    So if we were trading messages and we did not have a single shared key we would use asynchronous encryption to trade the key, or via phone ... something like that.

    1) get gnupgp
    2) create a private key 4096 bit
    a) smaller key sizes allow for easier signature line use, but may cost
    in compromised communicates if cracked.
    3) output your public key to a file in armor text
    4) place your public key in a signature line
    5) anyone can get your public key and send you a private message that only you can unlock.

    openssl allows for armor text as well, but from the perspective of regular message communications like this one, only synchronous encryption (shared key).


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  • From Vk3jed@21:1/109 to Bbsing.Bbs on Thursday, August 01, 2019 18:21:00
    On 07-31-19 21:24, Bbsing.Bbs wrote to Vk3jed <=-

    Vk3jed wrote to Bbsing.Bbs <=-

    Perfect! It worked.

    BBS systems can have secure message communication! :)

    Cool, what was the total process?
    Sorry Vk, I went dark for awhile due to projects I was working on, and
    you may have the process already.

    Ah .. so if I can remember the total process...
    Here is the general process.

    I know it for one on one, but for group communications, what happens?



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  • From Avon@21:1/101 to Vk3jed on Thursday, August 01, 2019 21:59:18
    On 01 Aug 2019 at 06:21p, Vk3jed pondered and said...

    I know it for one on one, but for group communications, what happens?

    Good question... perhaps we can work on something ? :)

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  • From Vk3jed@21:1/109 to Avon on Thursday, August 01, 2019 21:07:00
    On 08-01-19 21:59, Avon wrote to Vk3jed <=-

    On 01 Aug 2019 at 06:21p, Vk3jed pondered and said...

    I know it for one on one, but for group communications, what happens?

    Good question... perhaps we can work on something ? :)

    Yeah. :)


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  • From Bbsing.Bbs@21:1/138 to Vk3jed on Thursday, August 01, 2019 21:34:00
    Vk3jed wrote to Bbsing.Bbs <=-

    On 07-31-19 21:24, Bbsing.Bbs wrote to Vk3jed <=-

    Vk3jed wrote to Bbsing.Bbs <=-

    Perfect! It worked.

    BBS systems can have secure message communication! :)
    I know it for one on one, but for group communications, what happens?

    As many public keys you have, .. maybe you scraped/captures them from bbses or other places, any public key contained in the encrypted message, will allow all those with matching private keys to view/decrypt the message.

    Say you have created a message addressed to 3 people. During the process of assigning who should received the message [recipients], .. and you can add lots of them.
    When you post the ascii armor message on the BBS or wherever they have to actually download the message to the location where the private key exists.

    This means offline mail reader or something like that.
    The problem with private keys is they can't get into the possession of anyone but the owner, otherwise there is no non-repudiation! That is really important, and it has been mentioned in another post at some point about Proton mail and ... I think it was keybase.

    The short is .. on a bbs, like old school types, I don't know how it would work for that. I think there are ways, like software to create an encrypted tunnel into a stateless container that is only active for the time when the user is decrypting and reading the message.

    Lets say you upload your private key in the tunnel, (which I do all the time .. ssh tunnels) import it to the keyring and have the message imported to the container, the user decrypts, reads, then exits, and the container vanishes. Same would work for composition, and the output is the message to the bbs.

    The big flaw is trust, .. and if you've used containers, or cloud based systems, you know the owners of those systems ultimately have control of them, but.. that doesn't mean you can't create an encrypted container somehow or within an encrypted file system that the user supplies the key for like an ssl key.


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  • From Vk3jed@21:1/109 to Bbsing.Bbs on Friday, August 02, 2019 20:06:00
    On 08-01-19 21:34, Bbsing.Bbs wrote to Vk3jed <=-

    As many public keys you have, .. maybe you scraped/captures them from bbses or other places, any public key contained in the encrypted
    message, will allow all those with matching private keys to
    view/decrypt the message.

    Hmm, OK. :) So multiplie ciphertexts, each a copy of the same plaintext

    This means offline mail reader or something like that.
    The problem with private keys is they can't get into the possession of anyone but the owner, otherwise there is no non-repudiation! That is really important, and it has been mentioned in another post at some
    point about Proton mail and ... I think it was keybase.

    Offline mail does work well for PGP/GPG. I used to have a PGP add-on for Bluewave back in the day. A similar add-on could work for GPG and Multimail. It hooked the editor, the offline reader would call the encryption system, and if you wanted to write a message, the system would then pass control to the actual editor.

    The short is .. on a bbs, like old school types, I don't know how it would work for that. I think there are ways, like software to create an encrypted tunnel into a stateless container that is only active for the time when the user is decrypting and reading the message.

    Yeah, good question. :)


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  • From Bbsing.Bbs@21:1/138 to Vk3jed on Friday, August 02, 2019 23:48:00
    Vk3jed wrote to Bbsing.Bbs <=-


    Hmm, OK. :) So multiplie ciphertexts, each a copy of the same
    plaintext

    No.., one cyber text, but within the encoded message exists multiple public keys.
    I haven't tried to actually identify a public key in a cyber text message outside of the gnugp functions. .. you can imagine though, the more public keys aka recipients, the larger the cyber text message can get.


    Offline mail does work well for PGP/GPG. I used to have a PGP add-on
    for Bluewave back in the day. A similar add-on could work for GPG and Multimail. It hooked the editor, the offline reader would call the encryption system, and if you wanted to write a message, the system
    would then pass control to the actual editor.

    I have not tried bluewave yet.

    VK, you doing anything with encryption these days?

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  • From Avon@21:1/101 to Bbsing.Bbs on Thursday, August 08, 2019 12:52:49
    On 02 Aug 2019 at 11:48p, Bbsing.Bbs pondered and said...

    VK, you doing anything with encryption these days?

    I'm looking to do some more in this space in the coming months... have a few ideas we might be able to test out. When I do, can I pick your brains about them? :)

    Best, Paul

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  • From Vk3jed@21:1/109 to Bbsing.Bbs on Thursday, August 08, 2019 12:38:00
    On 08-02-19 23:48, Bbsing.Bbs wrote to Vk3jed <=-

    Vk3jed wrote to Bbsing.Bbs <=-


    Hmm, OK. :) So multiplie ciphertexts, each a copy of the same
    plaintext

    No.., one cyber text, but within the encoded message exists multiple public keys.
    I haven't tried to actually identify a public key in a cyber text
    message outside of the gnugp functions. .. you can imagine though, the more public keys aka recipients, the larger the cyber text message can get.

    But given that encryption is normally done by a combination of public and private keys in pairs, how does that work?


    Offline mail does work well for PGP/GPG. I used to have a PGP add-on
    for Bluewave back in the day. A similar add-on could work for GPG and Multimail. It hooked the editor, the offline reader would call the encryption system, and if you wanted to write a message, the system
    would then pass control to the actual editor.

    I have not tried bluewave yet.

    I should have a working PGP/Bluewave setup in my old backups somewhere. Have to see if it can be tweaked to use GPG.

    VK, you doing anything with encryption these days?

    No, though I have the capability using Enigmail on Thunderbird, and a personal gated feed for this echo.


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  • From jeff@21:1/180 to Avon on Wednesday, August 07, 2019 23:18:17
    On 08 Aug 2019, Avon said the following...
    I'm looking to do some more in this space in the coming months... have a few ideas we might be able to test out. When I do, can I pick your
    brains about them? :)

    What would you think about a "Puzzle of the Week" sort of thing, in which a short, random plaintext is encrypted each week, using variable encryption techniques, for folks to try to crack? No RSA-level stuff (which I'm
    guessing is the intended subject for this area), but start out with
    simple substitution cryptograms and progress from there. Thoughts?

    Jeff.

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  • From Avon@21:1/101 to jeff on Thursday, August 08, 2019 19:36:14
    On 07 Aug 2019 at 11:18p, jeff pondered and said...

    What would you think about a "Puzzle of the Week" sort of thing, in
    which a short, random plaintext is encrypted each week, using variable encryption techniques, for folks to try to crack? No RSA-level stuff (which I'm guessing is the intended subject for this area), but start
    out with simple substitution cryptograms and progress from there. Thoughts?

    I like the idea and I'm really open to anything.

    :)

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  • From Bbsing.Bbs@21:1/138 to Avon on Wednesday, August 07, 2019 21:23:00
    Avon wrote to Bbsing.Bbs <=-

    On 02 Aug 2019 at 11:48p, Bbsing.Bbs pondered and said...

    VK, you doing anything with encryption these days?

    I'm looking to do some more in this space in the coming months... have
    a few ideas we might be able to test out. When I do, can I pick your brains about them? :)

    Best, Paul

    Of course.

    ttyl8r

    BBSING

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  • From Bbsing.Bbs@21:1/138 to Vk3jed on Thursday, August 08, 2019 10:51:00
    Vk3jed wrote to Bbsing.Bbs <=-

    On 08-02-19 23:48, Bbsing.Bbs wrote to Vk3jed <=-

    Vk3jed wrote to Bbsing.Bbs <=-


    Hmm, OK. :) So multiplie ciphertexts, each a copy of the same
    plaintext

    No.., one cyber text, but within the encoded message exists multiple public keys.
    I haven't tried to actually identify a public key in a cyber text
    message outside of the gnugp functions. .. you can imagine though, the more public keys aka recipients, the larger the cyber text message can get.

    But given that encryption is normally done by a combination of public
    and private keys in pairs, how does that work?
    What I haven't done is look at a few file attributes where adding more public keys increases the size of the ascii armor file.

    If it does increase, then you could possibly assume mathematically that the difference between the same message with 1 recipient vs 2 recipient where recipient 1 is in both messages, the difference would be recipient 2 and you would be able to obtain their public key.

    How to find out? .. well it may be possible via gnupg.
    If you are in the recipient list, .. maybe remove all your secret keys from your key ring, and attempt to decrypt using gnupg and see what keys its asking for. Once you find out, then you can re-import your key and attempt to pull the other recipients public key out.

    A major problem exits due to salting. Where salting makes each encrypted message unique so how to overcome that where you have the original message, your public key, and some other unknown key inside the message, the deduction starts with (the message + your public key) - (unknown recipient public key. salt .. now you have this other unknown.

    I will have to spin up a vm and attempt these test. I've never tried it. I'm sure someone has already thought of this and tested it, but I've never research it before.

    In cases of cracking .. its best to just obtain the users key ring, and attempt brute force on each secret key.

    Offline mail does work well for PGP/GPG. I used to have a PGP add-on
    for Bluewave back in the day. A similar add-on could work for GPG and Multimail. It hooked the editor, the offline reader would call the encryption system, and if you wanted to write a message, the system
    would then pass control to the actual editor.

    I will have to attempt to enable pgp for multimail.

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  • From Vk3jed@21:1/109 to Bbsing.Bbs on Tuesday, August 13, 2019 19:23:00
    On 08-08-19 10:51, Bbsing.Bbs wrote to Vk3jed <=-

    I will have to spin up a vm and attempt these test. I've never tried
    it. I'm sure someone has already thought of this and tested it, but
    I've never research it before.

    I'm not up with encryption to this level. :) But curious what you find.

    In cases of cracking .. its best to just obtain the users key ring, and attempt brute force on each secret key.

    Yes, but we were discussing sending a message to multiple recipients.

    Offline mail does work well for PGP/GPG. I used to have a PGP add-on
    for Bluewave back in the day. A similar add-on could work for GPG and Multimail. It hooked the editor, the offline reader would call the encryption system, and if you wanted to write a message, the system
    would then pass control to the actual editor.

    I will have to attempt to enable pgp for multimail.

    I haven't seen an interface for GPG available for Multimail yet.


    ... Don't argue with he who buys ink by the gallon.
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  • From Spectre@21:3/105 to Vk3jed on Tuesday, August 13, 2019 23:22:00
    ... Don't argue with he who buys ink by the gallon. === MultiMail/Win

    He might be a tatooist.


    *** THE READER V4.50 [freeware]

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  • From Joacim Melin@21:2/130 to Spectre on Tuesday, August 13, 2019 19:23:26
    ... Don't argue with he who buys ink by the gallon. === MultiMail/Win

    He might be a tatooist.

    On Tatooine.


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  • From Nightfox@21:1/137 to Joacim Melin on Tuesday, August 13, 2019 12:41:43
    Re: Re: Decoding this...
    By: Joacim Melin to Spectre on Tue Aug 13 2019 07:23 pm

    He might be a tatooist.

    On Tatooine.

    Isn't that where all the best tattoo artists go to study their craft?

    Nightfox
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  • From Vk3jed@21:1/109 to Spectre on Wednesday, August 14, 2019 08:06:00
    On 08-13-19 23:22, Spectre wrote to Vk3jed <=-

    ... Don't argue with he who buys ink by the gallon. === MultiMail/Win

    He might be a tatooist.

    Haha good point. :)


    ... What if I told you you can't hurt the newcomers?
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  • From Bbsing.Bbs@21:1/138 to Vk3jed on Tuesday, August 13, 2019 16:38:00
    Vk3jed wrote to Bbsing.Bbs <=-

    On 08-08-19 10:51, Bbsing.Bbs wrote to Vk3jed <=-

    I will have to attempt to enable pgp for multimail.

    I haven't seen an interface for GPG available for Multimail yet.

    Me either, and this is what makes things a little more difficult to use all the time. In fact its that level of difficulty and the fact that the huge mail providers don't want to make encryption easy for their users, that prevent everyone from adopting it now.

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  • From Joacim Melin@21:2/130 to Nightfox on Wednesday, August 14, 2019 09:23:22
    Re: Re: Decoding this...
    By: Joacim Melin to Spectre on Tue Aug 13 2019 07:23 pm

    He might be a tatooist.

    On Tatooine.

    Isn't that where all the best tattoo artists go to study their craft?

    Nightfox

    So I hear.


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  • From Vk3jed@21:1/109 to Bbsing.Bbs on Wednesday, August 14, 2019 14:40:00
    On 08-13-19 16:38, Bbsing.Bbs wrote to Vk3jed <=-

    Vk3jed wrote to Bbsing.Bbs <=-

    On 08-08-19 10:51, Bbsing.Bbs wrote to Vk3jed <=-

    I will have to attempt to enable pgp for multimail.

    I haven't seen an interface for GPG available for Multimail yet.

    Me either, and this is what makes things a little more difficult to use all the time. In fact its that level of difficulty and the fact that
    the huge mail providers don't want to make encryption easy for their users, that prevent everyone from adopting it now.

    It just needs to be a wrapper for the editor function to make all the GPG functions available. Or alternatively, work with the Multimail developer to have GPG support integrated in, in a similar manner to the Enigmail plugin for Tnunderbird.


    ... All wiyht. Rho sritched mg kegtops awound?
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  • From Bbsing.Bbs@21:1/138 to Vk3jed on Thursday, August 15, 2019 16:48:00
    Vk3jed wrote to Bbsing.Bbs <=-

    I haven't seen an interface for GPG available for Multimail yet.

    Me either, and this is what makes things a little more difficult to use all the time. In fact its that level of difficulty and the fact that
    the huge mail providers don't want to make encryption easy for their users, that prevent everyone from adopting it now.

    It just needs to be a wrapper for the editor function to make all the
    GPG functions available. Or alternatively, work with the Multimail developer to have GPG support integrated in, in a similar manner to the Enigmail plugin for Tnunderbird.

    I've never even spoke/emailed/messaged with a developer before.

    There is a first for everything.

    BBSING

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  • From Vk3jed@21:1/109 to Bbsing.Bbs on Friday, August 16, 2019 20:05:00
    On 08-15-19 16:48, Bbsing.Bbs wrote to Vk3jed <=-

    I've never even spoke/emailed/messaged with a developer before.

    I have, it can be very productive if you're both on the same wavelength.


    ... To be, or not to be, those are the parameters.
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  • From Bbsing.Bbs@21:1/138 to Avon on Thursday, March 24, 2022 17:01:21
    Re: Re: Decoding this...
    By: Avon to Bbsing.Bbs on Thu Aug 08 2019 12:52 pm

    On 02 Aug 2019 at 11:48p, Bbsing.Bbs pondered and said...

    VK, you doing anything with encryption these days?

    I'm looking to do some more in this space in the coming months... have a few ideas we might be able to test out. When I do, can
    pick your brains about them? :)

    Best, Paul
    Of course, but my problem is I don't get on BBSs consistently.
    Have you done any more work on encryption?
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