Gnupg good for big groups?
expires2010 at ymail.com
Wed Aug 4 19:45:23 CEST 2010
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On Wednesday 4 August 2010 at 12:55:31 PM, in
<mid:20100804115531.GA13412 at richter>, Simon Richter wrote:
> In principle, the rest would be possible, as the data
> is encrypted using a session key, which is then
> attached encrypted for each individual recipient, so
> all that is needed is a way to decrypt one copy of the
> session key and reencrypt it for the additional
Come to that, on a mailing list each member could be sent a copy with
the session key encrypted only to their key. For archives, maybe users
could authenticate their key with some sort of challenge-response
setup and then the server could supply a copy of the required messages
encrypted (on the fly) to their key. I guess that would be possible,
rather than practical?
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