US banks that can send PGP/MIME e-mail
mail at rainydayz.org
Sat Feb 23 13:36:21 CET 2013
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mls at jama.is wrote:
> On Friday 22 February 2013 19:24:44 Anonymous Remailer wrote:
>> Have any consumer banks in the US figured out how to use PGP, so
>> monthly statements can be trully *delivered*?
> The only bank I know that is able to receive pgp encrypted emails
> is the German netbank. But they don't sent out pgp encrypted emails
> to their customers.
There is a nordic bank that generates s/mime certificates for its
customers. Because everybody has to have a registered address (at
least in Norway) they send a password to that address. You have to
present the certificate to login on the web.
andy.ruddock at rainydayz.org (GPG Key ID 0xB0324245)
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