On Jul 23, 7:29am, Paul Ferguson wrote:
> > companies who provide E-mail scanning detect "binaries"
> > particularly when they are encrypted into what would appear to
> No. There are simply too may formats to attach/send binaries via
> e-mail to be practical.
Maybe you can make the same conclusion using traffic analysis
rather than searching for specific formats. ("statistics" rather
than "syntax"). Binaries would tend to be larger than typical
email messages, such messages would tend not to resolve to words
in a dictionary, would possibly be transmitted in blocks of
messages, blocks would tend to be broadcast consecutively & closely
in time, blocks would tend to be identical in size, blocks between
the same message partners, &c.