Problem with faked-system-time option
jerome at jeromebaum.com
Sun Jun 12 20:00:39 CEST 2011
> You can
> sign the output of /dev/urandom. Nothing of that makes your declaration of
> intent invalid. At least not in Germany.
I agree with your point and hate to be picky, but the output of
/dev/urandom wouldn't be a statement of intent, much less a valid one.
Unless, of course, the output is "I will pay John Doe 10 EUR". We can
safely ignore that case.
Doesn't make your point any less valid, but if we're going to discuss
the legal interpretation of your signature on a piece of data, we
might as well do it properly.
Now all gnupg-users have a nice Pentecost!
email jerome at jeromebaum.com
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