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use PGP for http encryption instead!
i don't mean to be extremely brash, but couldn't one use PGP to provide
encrypted communication with the web.
granted initially everyone with a browser would need there own key to
communicate in an encrypted way - at least until such keys could be
generated on the fly.
since the http "client" format resembles rfc821 message headers and a body,
one could easily use a "hal" remailer type "Encrypted: PGP" header line
plus hash marks "::" to reassemble a compatible http client command.
The same could be done on the server side.
[email protected] (finger for PGP public key or use MIT keyserver)
George P. Magiros Georgia State University Pullen Library
PGP fingerprint of 59069039: D6 76 D4 FC 9B 25 6E DD DD 81 58 06 7B CD 03 AE