Fri, 14 Apr 2000 15:54:52 -0500
Reading through a new book I just received "Practical Unix & Internet
Security," I found a statement about taking much time into learning
about encryption and public key cryptography, don't go ahead and keep
your key rings in your home directory.
If you don't keep them local, where would you keep them, other then an
"At any given moment, you may find the ticket to the circus that has
always been in your possession."
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