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re: +-=*^



 U> re: problem with key distribution; right, OK, I hadn't 
 U> thought that there might be a security problem with 
 U> casually giving someone your key without them being able 
 U> to authenticate that it came from you.  Good point. 

But as Eric pointed out, and I realized later, the underlying social
structure will allow detection of bum keys (presuming the scammed
person or someone s/he knows notices, etc, and so on, a wholew world
resides here...)

 U> Here's my public key.  If you feel it is not secure 
 U> enough, we can always use the cone of silence:  
 U> 
 U> -----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
 U> Version: 2.0
 U> 
 U> 
 U> 23l1t34u
 U> -----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----

Now I feel very unsecure, because the above is all I got. It ain't no
public key...


PS: Too much anonymity? I have to reply in hte mailing list to this
person cuz it's a faked From... (trust me)

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