Frontends for Windows
Sun Nov 18 17:38:04 2001
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On Sunday 18 November 2001 17:05, Silviu Cojocaru wrote:
> Sunday, November 18, 2001 at 6:03:55 PM ,
> Florian Weimer wrote the following
> on the "Frontends for Windows" thread:
> FW> Why does it make good sense? Releasing crypto software without
> source FW> code never makes sense.
> GPGShell is *not* crypto software, it does no encrypting, it's
> a *front end* for gpg.
Does it ask you for your passphrase?
As I don't know this program I really don't know the answer to this
question. But if the answer is yes then how can you be sure the program
doesn't leak the passphrase somehow, be it intentional (because of
malicious code) or unintentional (because of buggy code).
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