trust your corporation for keyowner identification?

Brian J. Murrell brian at
Thu Oct 17 12:37:35 CEST 2013

On 13-10-16 05:28 PM, MFPA wrote:
> If the key was generated, stored, or used on the company's computer,
> all bets are off regarding Bob being the only one with access to a
> copy.

Why would it be?  There is no reason, with this verification scheme that
anyone's private keys (or public keys for that matter) go anywhere near
the company's computer.


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