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[Discuss] KeePassX

John Abreau wrote:
> On the other hand, if the individual routinely encrypts *everything*, and
> if the metadata does not clearly identify which messages are of interest,
> then it becomes much harder.

You have a routine. You suddenly start encrypting everything. If I 
compare your pre-everything routine to your post-everything routine then 
I can pick the high-value messages pretty easily. I might get a little 
bit of "chaff" but that's a relatively small cost. You would need to 
change your routine, effectively becoming a different target entirely, 
in order to force me to restart my analysis from scratch.

Rich P.

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