It's time for PGP to die.

Mark H. Wood mwood at IUPUI.Edu
Mon Aug 18 18:34:06 CEST 2014

On Sun, Aug 17, 2014 at 10:41:27AM +0100, david at wrote:
> Time to die? Well after 20 years I think it is all very academic - professors sit in class
> rooms the world over - not much common sense comes out of their mouths. The real issues are:
> (a) do we want to implement our own security on our own devices as a "geek" or

Yes.  I know what tools I used and how I used them.

> (b) have some automated pre-installed software that will create all that's necessary at
> first boot or

No.  I have no idea what it actually did.

> (c) rely on some large corporation to handle the encryption and decryption for us

Same answer as (b).

Mark H. Wood
Lead Technology Analyst

University Library
Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis
755 W. Michigan Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
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