RSA subkeys

Johan Wevers johanw at
Thu Feb 3 21:23:17 CET 2005

Atom Smasher wrote:

>ok, i guess that does have advantages under the UK's IPA(?). here in the 
>states one is protected against govt abuse by not writing down their 
>passphrase <>.

In the USA they can "suspect" you of terrorist activity and lock you up in
Guantanamo indefinitely without trial.

In the UK, the trick of adding a message "This key is not requested by the
governemnt" and removing the message if it is can be used.

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