faramir.cl at gmail.com
Fri Aug 8 12:12:42 CEST 2008
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> Anyone else is really frightend by this question and prays that your bank is not part of those that this guy is consulting?
Not me, and I don't see any reason to be afraid of using a bank that
wants to send encrypted messages to its customers... now, why a single
organization uses 5 different banks... I don't know, but I, by default
- -since I don't do business with that organization-, suppose there is a
legitimate reason for that. Of course my 'default' way of thinking is
different when it is me the one doing business...
About the original question, I don't have an opinion about what is
better, so I won't try to give an answer.
>> From: proxy <ganeshyz at XXXXXXX.com>
>> Subject: Multiple clients
>> We have 5 bankers and we are going to receive encrypted
>> bank statements from
>> them. Now the question here is should we need to have
>> Separate Public Keys
>> for each bank (and corresponding Private keys) i.e. 5
>> different public keys
>> OR for all the Bankers we are going to use one single
>> public key for our
>> whole orgranization?
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