Comment: Its a fraud. Probably some kind of counter intelligence

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Its a fraud. Probably some kind of counter intelligence

All that needs to be done is for current OCR to add on a few templates that recognize letters from the font.
If the guy invented a 'virtual font' that could add shot noise to each character that on average prevented OCR I would use it. As it is he just gave somebody at the NSA a couple hours of homework.
From the article, the reporter debunks her own story:

Ross Anderson, Professor in Security Engineering at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory, shares Green's criticisms: "I don't think any of this is more than privacy theater. The fonts could probably be broken."
Mun concedes that the fonts' actual effectiveness may be limited,