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Re: PGP 2.6 and the future
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"Perry E. Metzger" writes:
>Allan Bailey says:
>> I'm willing to wager that this 2.6 and maybe 2.5 versions are
>> hacked by the NSA to put in their spiffy key-escrowed backdoor.
>How much are you willing to wager? I'll take the bet at any size.
WAit! Let me correct that statement before I lose my shirt.
I'm willing to wager that 2.6 (and maybe 2.5) MIT'd PGP versions
are hacked by the NSA to put in a backdoor.
^^^^^^^^^^ (emphasis added.)
I'll bet you a C-note, Perry.
Now how do you propose to prove or disprove this?
Allan Bailey, [email protected] | "Freedom is not free."
Infinite Diversity in Infinite Combinations | [email protected]
Esperanto: MondLingvo, lingvo internacia.
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PS: just make make sure we agree on the definition of "C-note":
C-note == $100.00 US