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For questions relating to physical or digital timestamps, usually as part of a cryptographic protocol, logging, or auditing requirement. Please use the tag [time] for questions relating to system clocks.

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The data (including the key in any form) are passive and they can not verify what time it is now. So it must be a decryption tool that will verify the time. With this in mind you can put the time righ …
answered Oct 13 '13 by Eugene Mayevski 'Allied Bits