[OT] Why are you using the GPG / PGP keys?

NdK ndk.clanbo at gmail.com
Thu May 30 17:06:52 CEST 2013

Il 30/05/2013 13:17, Zece Anonimescu ha scritto:

> Me thinks the difference is the people never bother to think the
> concepts all the way. So it can be PLAUSIBLE DENIABILITY (PD) with
> certain organisations which are willing to let go because they are
> swamped in cases or the particular agent handling your case is quite
> lazy. But it can also mean it can mean PLAUSIBLE GUILTY (PG). And while
> PD works only once, PG can go ad infinitum. And don't forget there are
> some organisations which activate worldwide for which any suspicion
> means guilty without any respect for the facts.
That's why I don't like protocols requiring 'random' numbers: everything
'random' could actually be encrypted data to be used for a
steganographic side channel...


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