private key protection

Robert J. Hansen rjh at
Wed Oct 19 22:55:06 CEST 2011

On 10/19/2011 4:43 PM, Faramir wrote:
>   Ok, but if the online computer uses Windows, and the offline one
> uses Linux, then it would be a multiplataform trojan horse... that is
> not likely to be a common case.

At this point we're throwing conjecture onto conjecture.  If the offline
one happened to be a PowerPC architecture running Yellow Dog Linux, then
the first bit of malware would have to target Windows/x86, the second
would have to target Linux/PPC, and that's even *more* unlikely to be a
common case, and oh, don't forget if we're actually... etc., etc.

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