I would like to stay out of the automatic filters in place by security agencies and not be accidentally placed on a no-fly list or such. Say I'm having a political debate with a friend about democracy and stuff, and terms like revolution, capitalism, freedom and such (oh, hello there NSA!) are thrown around a lot. Sending an encrypted email where normally I would send emails in plain text is a sure fire way to trigger some of the filters, I assume.
Is there a way to encrypt emails so that the cypher text is hard for an algorithm to distinguish from regular (let's say spam, hard to get any more regular than spam) email?
Normal PGP cyphertext, easy to distinguish:
-----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE----- Comment: GPGTools - http://gpgtools.org hQIMA7t6lidYOUd0AQ//Z7y+/tvQQ0TRoOT0ydUwVjJZh5sLQOEVQNDHGEUjfvL9 7UJhtEaisVwlDsqTEqpa04FWzgehBBDnxgOUFcPB3xSGD9Bi61MItK6gm1phTnEn hOezHmGqAyrCarofkYn5vpwPZtpSmRvpS9tykhRTKMlhsN5EOLvaDa8TsqMnqwGm pPC8j219YG2U/OmRa96GTslMaDtIx6470Ea4fcJf2jdo3RlgLEc7BGQVcrOpHj/0 -----END PGP MESSAGE-----
Cyphertext, less easy to distinguish:
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