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Re: key for Alice as promised (not)
> > >Can you imagine?? I'm simply not willing to fool myself into thinking
> > >that I ahve security by posting a key and using PGP.
> > Unless you can post some proof that PGP is insecure, stop insisting it is.
> PGP is really not the issue. The issue is more my security and the
> environment that I use PGP in. I don't have a trusted machine to run PGP
> on. Anyone who wants to can come up to machine and copy my secret keyring
> or they can even watch me typing my password in.
Threat, please?? Do people often stand over your shoulder as
you type? Enter your office, point guns at you, and take a backup of
your entire computer? Have you considered putting the secret keyring
on a floppy and locking it in your desk/safe when you're not actually
in the office? (Or home..)
> So, I don't fool myself, and I don't use PGP, except for things like
> exchanging a one-time pad with someone when I've already sent the message
> out across another delivery mechanism, like on a floppy delivered my
I don't follow. You're claiming that PGP is good enough to
transfer OTPads, but not good enough to sign pseudononymous messages?
"It is seldom that liberty of any kind is lost all at once."