symmetric email encryption

Robert J. Hansen rjh at
Sat Jul 19 04:51:13 CEST 2014

> Are symmetric keys more probable to be compromised than asymmetric ones? 

Immensely.  An asymmetric key is a secret held by one person; a
symmetric key is a secret shared by two or more.

> What I am suggesting is neither an alternative to regular OpenPGP 
> encryption nor meant as "real crypto" at all.

If you're not interested in providing real solutions, then I'm not
interested in having this conversation.

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