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Fri Mar 28 22:20:01 2003
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On Thu, 27 Mar 2003 23:49:18 -0500 David Shaw replied:
| Before you try and memorize a 256-bit passphrase, though, keep in mind
| just how realistic this attack is - and that someone who can access
| your computer to lift the encrypted secret key might be able to try
| and install a key logger...
Yes, that's an evident possibility, as is capturing the password from
radiation One mustobviously find ways of dealing with these, but in
the end there's also the possibility ofphysical seizure of the machine.
What I'm looking for is a security strategy that forcesa would-be
attacker to resort to latter.
Thanks for you precisions.
My PGP keys are at: http://www.torduninja.tk
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