Frontends for Windows
Sun Nov 18 23:40:02 2001
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On Sunday 18 November 2001 21:00, Silviu Cojocaru wrote:
> Sunday, November 18, 2001 at 9:57:00 PM ,
> Ingo Klöcker wrote the following
> on the "Frontends for Windows" thread:
> IK> BTW, I doubt that GPGshell is a trojan horse. But unfortunately I
> can't IK> be sure and that's why I would never use it.
> Ok, this got interesting, now how do you think GPGShell would
> transmit the "captured" data on a system uses dial-up and it is
> *I* that controls when a connection is made and what software is
> allowed or not to connect to the outside ?
> Try limiting the answer to non Sci-Fi scenarios...
If it's possible to upload/search/download keys to/on/from keyservers
with GPGshell (a good shell IMO should provide this functionality) then
this program must be able to make connections and exchange data with
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