Alternate egd socket
smurf at noris.net
Thu Feb 10 18:11:19 CET 2000
> IMHO, if someone is able to access the random seed file, he will also
> be able to access the secret keyring ... well, and then he loads it
> down starts a dictionary attack and in kost cases he will be able to
> get the passphrase.
Bah, dictionary attack... if you're root anyway, wait until the user
starts up GnuPG, and trace its read() calls. Bingo.
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