Perfect Forward Secrecy: Not So Perfect, Not So Forward

Roland Perry lists at
Tue Dec 11 16:13:42 GMT 2012

In article 
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Matthew Pemble <matthew at> writes
>It seems more likely to me that they'll provide the content of the 
>communications, residing on their servers. The fact the transmission 
>between the client and their server is encrypted is surely a red herring?
>That bit of the "content" that is communications data, I hope ... Which 
>would normally be extractable from logs if the fuzz get in there 
>quickly enough

The original quote talked about comms data (where the encryption of the 
link isn't an issue) then went on to talk about "User data", which I'd 
presume was content. LEAs getting authorisation depends somewhat on the 
jurisdiction asking.
Roland Perry

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