peter at digitalbrains.com
Fri Sep 26 14:14:46 CEST 2014
> I haven't seen mentioned yet in gnupg-users.
It came up this July, mentioned by Sam Gleske. That's the first I heard
of it, and here is my reply in that thread:
(The following assumes you read that mail first)
I'm worried that the documentation doesn't mention this threat model I
mention there. It seems like it should point out that their scheme
doesn't help in this threat model. It's important to realise it when
assessing the worth of the project for you.
If the creators didn't even think of it; that would make me quite
sceptical of how thorough they have thought all of it through. But
perhaps there is a very good reason I didn't see it mentioned anywhere yet.
My 2 eurocents,
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