STEED - Usable end-to-end encryption

Robert Holtzman holtzm at
Tue Oct 18 20:50:35 CEST 2011

On Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 05:50:42PM -0600, Aaron Toponce wrote:

> At any rate, I would love to see more client-to-client encryption in email.
> I've always wondered if there could be an "OTR" approach to mail, somehow,
> so people don't need to generate and manage their own sets of keys, as that
> seems to be the largest hinderence to widespread adoption. 
> the user should do, is compose the mail, hit send, and everything is

Not true. The greatest hindrance to widespread adoption is the phrase I
often hear..."I've got nothing to hide" It drives me up a wall.

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