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Say you use a binary you encrypt with burneye, then how about letting a stub "phone home" to get the real time, and then download the files? Not that this would keep ppl from "inspecting" whatever calls are made, but there are ways to obfuscate it a bit. (/me looks in unordered $HOME/chaos for links/docs)
Originally posted by unSpawn Say you use a binary you encrypt with burneye, then how about letting a stub "phone home" to get the real time, and then download the files? Not that this would keep ppl from "inspecting" whatever calls are made, but there are ways to obfuscate it a bit. (/me looks in unordered $HOME/chaos for links/docs)
Distribution: Ubuntu 11.4,DD-WRT micro plus ssh,lfs-6.6,Fedora 15,Fedora 16
hmm, just an idea, but has anyone thought of an encrytion algorithm that requires the file to be on a machine with a certian RSA fingerprint (as in the one used by the sshd for establishing secure remote access)? that i think would be more secure than a time stamp if only your computer or his can even open it, unless of course RSA fingerprints are user definable