qed at tiscali.it
Sat Aug 19 00:19:55 CEST 2006
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On 08/18/2006 11:17 PM, David Shaw wrote:
>>> A vendor will be encrypting files for us and making them available via
>>> FTP. We have three users that will decrypt the files at different
>>> times. The vendor will not accept more than one key from us and we
>>> wanted each of our users to have their own key for security and auditing
>>> purposes down the line.
>> I don't know if it is feasible, but you could give to every user the
>> same encryption subkey(used ONLY for the task above) binded to their,
>> different, master keys.
> Doesn't this violate the "have their own key for security and auditing
> purposes" requirement?
I fully agree.
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