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Re: PGP 2.6 is dangerous in the long term ?

>What if (the cypherpunk community) comes out with a secure program that 
>doesn't rely on RSAREF?  Can it be done?  

Bizdos and gang will _still_ hold the patent on RSA-style public key
encryption.  What you're suggesting is, in essence, exactly what Phil
Zimmerman did with PGP 1.0.

Lefty ([email protected])
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