Privacy and Cryptology

by J. Orlin Grabbe


The End of Ordinary Money, Part 1 How Big Brother took over the financial system.
The End of Ordinary Money, Part 2 Your banker is a snitch. Money laundering law & digital cash.
The World Financial Police Attack Anonymity We want to know where your money is and what you are doing with it.
Another Whack Against GAK The government's grip on cryptology slips.
Plot to Spy on Banks Outlined in White House Email Memo from 1986 details NSC/DOJ plot to spy on banks.
Michael Riconosciuto on Encryption Comments from architect of the PROMIS backdoor.
Microsoft's "NSA Backdoor" An NSA backdoor? Probably not, but Microsoft "security" is clearly a myth.
How Secure is America's Nuclear Arsenal? Public key cryptography and nuclear weapons.
NSA, Crypto AG, and the Iraq-Iran War How the NSA bugged international cryptography software.
Clipper Chip Banking Sandia National Laboratories create non-anonymous "anonymity."
Letter from Bill Payne Regarding Cryptography at Sandia
Digital Signatures Illustrated A tutorial.
The DES Algorithm Illustrated A tutorial.
Cryptography and Number Theory for Digital Cash A tutorial.
The Wassenaar Invasion of Privacy Global agreement on cryptography restriction.
Intelink The network linking US spook agencies.
The Digital Monetary Trust, Part 1 Anonymous banking based on cryptography, not bankers & lawyers.
The Digital Monetary Trust, Part 2 The mathematical details of the anonymous banking system.
The DMT Rand The poor man's portfolio: a diversified currency unit.
Louis Freeh Spies on Bill Clinton How to exploit the hole in PGP.
The Function of the Drug War Economics dictates that failure will always be the criterion of success.
DMT FAQ Questions and answers about the Digital Monetary Trust.
How DMT Works: A Simple Explanation The mathematics of the anonymous account system explained intuitively.
The DSA Flaw in Open PGP This article explains the flaw and also gives you a Java cryptanalysis program so you can exploit the flaw yourself.

These articles are parts of a work in progress. ©1995-2000 J. Orlin Grabbe. All Rights Reserved.