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Re: pgp disk
On 5 Dec 1998, HyperReal-Anon wrote:
>>>If the source code isn't available, don't trust it. That's a good general
I dont believe he is saying source is not available because it is. In
book form, currently getting scanned in europe somehwere where the
Wersaanar(i dont care i misspelt it) was not signed
>>Where is the source for pgpfone?
Try pgpi.com, i believe if anyone has it they would.. maybe mit
>Good question. That's why I wouldn't use it either. (I haven't had reason to
>use it, so 'll take Anonymous's word that source isn't available.)
See above, however, Scram disk has been around more, and it's source
>If people want to release software like this, they need a better argument
>for its security than "Trust us, it's secure."
Agreed, thats why in PGP's case source is released.
>Considering that there is no net loss when developers of such a product
>release source code so that people can look it over and compile it
>themselves, I don't have any reason to trust such software.
Actually in theory there is, people can steal code, use progs without
paying etcetera. (the latter is available through "juarez" though)
>Aren't McAfee and PGP Inc. members of KRAP and promoting Big Brother Inside?
>I've lost track.
McAfee does not exist, neither does PGP Inc, in a merger of those two and
Network General, they formed Network Associates. Later NetAss purchased
TIS, for their firewall mind you, and they were members of KRAP . so NAI
was officially brough in.
-- Max Inux <[email protected]> Hey Christy!!! New Keys per-request
If crypto is outlawed only outlaws will have crypto