The Lazy Genius

Security News & Brain Dumps from Xavier Ashe, a Bit9 Client Partner

Plausible Deniability ToolKit

Posted by Xavier Ashe on August 7, 2006


We can only hope you are viewing this via Tor. Once you are done, clear your
browser cache. Reading about Plausible Deniability should not be crime, but
unfortunately having done so could be considered circumstantial evidence that
could be used against you.

The Plausible Deniability Toolkit is not a set of tools to download, but a
set of ideas and philosophies to adapt to protect your privacy in an
ever-increasingly scary world of eroding personal rights. The “hacker defense”
rarely works, even if it is the truth!

This idea was first proposed at DefCon 14.
The slides are available here. As the talk was just
given, please give us a few days of sobriety to add to this page, and know
there are a lot more links coming in the next few days. Feel free to send
suggestions to pdtk@nmrc.org, but this in itself could be risky. We would
advise you to sent up a Hotmail, Yahoo, or Gmail account via Tor just for this
purpose, and GPG the message if you like. We will have a pdtk GPG key in a
few days.

Plausible Deniability ToolKit

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