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Re: Cypherpunk Certification Authority
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> > (Well that is theory, and what netscape release notes say, since
> > I dont have access to an SSL server right now, and would need to figure
> > out how to make my own certificate, I havent tried it).
> Bingo. *theory* ... right ... I mean what would be the point??
> Installing Netscape degrades your inherent system security. No ifs,
> ands, or buts.
> Netscape Navigator basically destroys whatever sense of privacy or
> security, any person ever had the illusion of having. And that pretty
> well rules out CA.
> Alice de 'nonymous ...
> ...just another one of those...
> P.S. This post is in the public domain.
> C. S. U. M. O. C. L. U. N. E.
Is this another one of those LD tentacles? ;)
Ed Carp, N7EKG [email protected], [email protected]
Finger [email protected] for PGP 2.5 public key [email protected]
Q. What's the trouble with writing an MS-DOS program to emulate Clinton?
A. Figuring out what to do with the other 639K of memory.
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