OpenPGP Smartcard Advantages
Alex L. Mauer
hawke at hawkesnest.net
Fri Jun 3 16:30:22 CEST 2005
Werner Koch wrote:
> The only thing a malicious host can do is to lock the card (by sending
> several times a wrong PIN) and to trick you into signing or decrypting
This just made me think.
Wouldn't it thus be trivial [for a malicious host] to destroy a smart
card (by sending the wrong admin pin repeatedly)?
-Alex Mauer "hawke"
Bad - You get pulled over for doing 90 in a school zone and you're drunk
off your ass again at three in the afternoon.
Worse - The cop is drunk too, and he's a mean drunk.
FUCK! - A mean drunk that's actually a swarm of semi-sentient
gpg/gpg key id: 51192FF2 @ subkeys.pgp.net
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