faramir.cl at gmail.com
Sun Feb 8 12:06:58 CET 2009
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Ian Hill escribió:
> I have a question about paperkey, bearing in mind that this application
> may not always be available can one restore the secret key just using
> the printed paperkey and the public key from keyservers manually.
I know David Shaw considered that possibility, however, I didn't
understood the solution in case paperkey is not available... So I'll
take a look at answers to that question...
> Otherwise if I know I can always get a copy of the application from a cd
> or usb isn't that the same a keeping my secret key on cd or usb.
Right, I sent myself a copy of paperkey, to my e-mail account at gmail
and yahoo... one of them should survive... and if the program can't run
on the operating systems available at the time when it is needed, I
suppose there will still be virtual machines or emulators capable of
making it run... if not, probably it will also be the time to make new keys.
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