Re: Time Triggered Decryption... a new need?
Date: 6 Aug 2003 17:34:44 GMT
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Alex <email@example.com> wrote:
:I need a functionality I could no foind in any industry-available
:software. I'd like to know if some of you knows of any Windows-based
:software that performs such a function.
:I need to encrypt a file, but without a password. The only trigger
:that will decrypt the file is time.
No, that is impossible on any current hardware that supports Windows.
I've posted about this subject before in this newsfroup: in
order to do what you want, you need tamper-proof hardware and
something such as a quantum-encrypted link to a trusted time source.
"Mathematics? I speak it like a native." -- Spike Milligan
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