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Public-key/asymmetric encryption where you can only leak the decrypted message by leaking your password

I think I found a solution to make this possible! The key concept is called Deniable Authentication, and the purpose is to know who's sending a message, but not being able to prove it to others. A ...
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Public-key/asymmetric encryption where you can only leak the decrypted message by leaking your password

I believe what you are looking for is impossible. However, I will suggest you another way to tackle this issue that might be helpful which is based on plausible deniability. First, I'll try to explain ...
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Best way to encrypt sensitive data on server with HSM and symmetric keys

Since this a more of a theoretical SE, I will make a more generic theoretical approach along with some specific details. You have to define a threat model at first. To define it, there are a bunch of ...
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Public-key/asymmetric encryption where you can only leak the decrypted message by leaking your password

Your idea of an encryption method including a nonce, and in a way that Alice cannot recover the nonce is practical; however it doesn't solve your problem. One possibility would be a variant of El ...
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