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Re: Mr. Squirrel
>But, once person A creates public key X, nobody else can sign messages
>using X. So if all messages from A are signed under X, we can know
>that they are all from the same person, even if they are sent anonymously
>or under a pseudonym.
Who's to say that person B sees a message signed under X by person A.
He copies the signature (X) onto the bottom of one of his messages and
everyone thinks they can verify that it's from A but it's really from B.
(makes sense to me anyway...)
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