Creating a private/public key...
Wed, 13 Sep 2000 17:11:04 -0500
On 2000.09.13, in <Pine.LNX.email@example.com>,
"Billy Donahue" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> We can't replace GPG or PGP on the user's computer, but we CAN provide
> some basic PKI for casual users email, giving ordinary or mobile folks a
> chance to sign their mail and keep their enemies out of their business.
You can put the OpenPGP-supported algorithms in Java, and create an
applet that performs all the sensitive data operations on a client's
Then I *might* trust Lokmail. Of course, you wouldn't have any
business advantage over anyone else then, but that's OK with me. :)
I'd rather see a bunch of places using the same software.
-D. email@example.com NSIT University of Chicago
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