Jason Knight

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comment Deniable Encryption from simple primitives
@fgieu And alas it seems insurmountable. This is precisely why I asked the less rigorous version of the question. Is there any research into schemes which realistically hide the fact deniable encryption was used? It seems to me that size differences of the plaintext and ciphertext are an immediate give-away. Now, I do know of schemes whose ciphertexts are nontrivially larger than plaintexts (there are in fact many - I cite lattice schemes for one). Perhaps these cryptographic settings could somehow be used?
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comment Deniable Encryption from simple primitives
Good point fgrieu. I was running with an implicit assumption we wanted to minimize |M| (for time, space, channel, etc efficiency reasons). I will modify the question.
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