Please remove MacGPG from due to serious security concerns

Xavier Maillard xavier at
Sat Feb 21 15:12:00 CET 2015

Peter Lebbing <peter at> writes:

> On 2015-02-19 18:16, Jonathan Schleifer wrote:
>> I also like @ to hide useless output, but is downloading *and
>> executing* from a remote location really something you should hide?
>> Especially if everything else isn't hidden?
> I can understand you're pretty darn pissed off that they executed
> untrusted remote code on your computer, which, I think, explains why
> you're "lashing out" so strongly. And I also think that it was truly
> poorly designed. But I find your quest for bad faith on their part a bit
> far fetched... Never attribute to malice that which is adequately
> explained by stupidity.[1][2]
> By now, you should probably cool down a bit. I'd say you've made your
> point.

I could not agree more !
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