Mike_Acker at charter.net
Wed Apr 27 15:02:49 CEST 2011
On 14:59, Faramir wrote:
> If there are key loggers involved, then you are toasted, even if the
> passwords are kept inside your mind instead of a password database. At
> the moment you type them, they would be captured. Of course, we might
> say it is better to lose one password at a time, and not the whole
> database, but... well, I guess it's a personal decision (unless you have
> to follow some policy).
yep. Phil Zimmerman noted that in his original essay on PGP. If you
have a malware infection you can no longer speak to what your computer
is or is not doing.
which is why we need that software inventory tool.
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