laurent.jumet at skynet.be
Tue Oct 28 02:00:36 CET 2008
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Hello Faramir !
Faramir <faramir.cl at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I took a message on this list with Thunderbird, and a dialog box poped
>> up asking me to introduce my passphrase or my card's pin...
>> What's that?
> Was it the message from vedaal at hush.com, about "Re: PGP 6.5.8 ckt,
> just say no."
> If so, I think TB was asking you to enter the passphrase for the
> secret key he included in the message (he also included the passphrase).
> I was surprised because at first I though
> t I had received an encrypted
> message from the list... but once I opened the message (despite the
> error message saying the passphrase was wrong), I realized what was it
> By the way, he sent a test key, AFAIK, he has not compromised his own
I think this is an interesting event; it could demonstrate some hole... :-)
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