Talking about Cryptodevices... which one?
faramir.cl at gmail.com
Fri Feb 6 00:32:53 CET 2015
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El 05-02-2015 a las 16:00, MFPA escibió:
> On Thursday 5 February 2015 at 9:38:29 AM, in
> <mid:54D33A15.5050907 at digitalbrains.com>, Peter Lebbing wrote:
>> Oh, by the way:
>>> But will a smartcard solve the problem that the host computer
>>> might be infected with malware?
>> I'm absolutely sure nobody made that claim.
> I've seen the question several times before, usually answered in
> the negative.
Well... I remember usually the answer is you shouldn't try to keep
using a compromised computer, and that instead of trying to find a way
to keep using a compromised computer, you should fix it. But I still
have the impression about smartcards are supposed to prevent an
attacker from stealing the private keys from the cards, right?
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