pgut001 at cs.auckland.ac.nz
Wed Sep 7 13:31:51 CEST 2005
Alphax <alphasigmax at gmail.com> writes:
>Zeljko Vrba wrote:
>> Joe Smith wrote:
>>> For example, your CA can revoke your key leaving you with one key that
>>> is invalid X.509, but valid OpenPGP? Yuck!
>> Using the X.509 cert and OpenPGP public key (having the same private
>> key) could be useful in the following scenario:
>Is that even allowed??
SPENGLER (emphatic): Don't cross PGP and X.509.
VENKMAN: Why not?
SPENGLER: Trust me. It will be bad.
VENKMAN: What do you mean "bad?"
SPENGLER: It's hard to explain, but try to imagine Werner appearing suddenly
and beating you to death with a large copy of the GNU manifesto.
VENKMAN (with military authority): That's it! No X.509. You guys are
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