Anonymous Reply Capability (re: Self Addressed Stamped...)
yanek at novavax.nova.edu
Tue Dec 29 16:33:58 PST 1992
> unique ID for that mail, which it creates and saves. The recipient
> can just use the 'reply' command of his mailer. When the remailer
> gets mail with this unique ID, it plugs in the old return address,
> retracing its original path.
For best security with a mix-net remailer, it should immediately
forget where a message came from.
So if you want anonymous reply capability, the remailer could create
that unique id, but instead of associating it with a return address,
associate it with a public key (transmitted along with the message).
Then when someone sends a reply, the remailer would encrypt it with
the public key, and broadcast it. You monitor the broacasts for
ones with public keys that match private keys you have.
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