*****SPAM***** Re: Cryptography 0.2
nevin at smalltalkpro.com
Mon Jan 27 16:31:03 UTC 2003
My SpamAssassin thinks these last two "Cryptography" emails are spam.
The biggest reason it thinks it is spam is because of the use of
list.dsbl.org as a relay. Below is my SpamAssassin analysis header.
Thought you might like to know.
Alejandro F. Reimondo wrote:
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>steganography for 3D meshes can be nice to have too.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "David Faught" <dave_faught at yahoo.com>
>To: "Squeak Mailing List" <squeak-dev at lists.squeakfoundation.org>
>Sent: Monday, January 27, 2003 11:14 AM
>Subject: Cryptography 0.2
>>Have you considered adding something to this package to play with
>>steganography? I just recently started looking at this, and it seems
>>like Squeak might be a good place to play with it. I'm thinking of an
>>application which would, for example, encode some text (maybe already
>>encrypted) into a JPEG of my choice, and allow it to be decoded
>>Steganography seems like a pretty cool thing to play with, and I have
>>found some Java programs that deal with it, but I think it would be
>>more fun in Squeak.
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