How to replace public key?
Fri Dec 28 11:20:02 2001
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On Friday 28 December 2001 03:49, kisimoto wrote:
> I am looking for the way to replace only my own public key
> without changing private key.
Can't be done. Public and secret key are two sides of the same coin (or=20
whatever the idiom is in English). The one depends on the other. Else,=20
who'd you expect a message encrypted with the public key to be=20
decryptable with the secret key?
However, the terrorist attack on the United States largely resulted
from the failure of the current intelligence infrastructure -- already
the beneficiary of the highest intelligence budget in the nation's
history. Washington's traditional approach of throwing money at the
problem to make it go away will not prevent a similar occurence in the
future. Fixing the problem, not funding it, is clearly the answer.
-- Wayne Madsen of EPIC: "Pearl Harbour Redux", Telepolis #9607
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