Gnupg good for big groups?
expires2010 at ymail.com
Wed Aug 4 19:35:59 CEST 2010
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On Wednesday 4 August 2010 at 1:51:50 AM, in
<mid:AANLkTi=3hcPFWdnOY+aEjdqeoDLsY3cXo4v5AB3W=TgC at mail.gmail.com>,
Snaky Love wrote:
> I would like to better understand: is gnupg good for
> big groups?
It works for the encrypted mailing list PGPNET
Hardly "big," usually about 30-40 members.
> I would like to encrypt communication in groups - not
> instant communication like e.g. messengers like pidgin,
> but like on a forum or web-group - the data persists in
> an archive, where the communication can be read.
> Members are coming and leaving a group constantly -
> that means if somebody leaves the group, she should not
> be able to read the content decrypted anymore, and if
> anybody attaches the group all the old content
> optionally must be encrypted with her key so she can
> read all data belonging to this group. well, maybe you
> get the idea. It´s basically like a forum or mailing
> list with an archive.
PGPNET messages are encrypted to the keys of all current members.
Before you joined and after you left, they do not encrypt to your key.
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