The praise of GnuPG @31C3 and why it is important (was: Guys please all see)
n6ghost at yahoo.com
Fri Jan 2 23:50:05 CET 2015
watched the video, its amazing how much is broken and that GPG and OTR are not.
> On Dec 31, 2014, at 5:20 AM, Nicolai Josuttis <nico at josuttis.de> wrote:
> for those who didn't have time to see the talk at 31C3
> as a whole and therefore wondering why this is an important talk,
> let me point out and quote some content from
> with the timepoints to be able to see/hear/double-check it yourself
> and some add-ons in [...] to understand the context.
> All quotes except the last by Jacob Appelbaum.
> 26:33 :
> PPTP, ipsec, SSL, TLS, SSH are broken by NSA
> 31:23 :
> we found that they [NSA] consistently break various different
> types of encryption
> 33:40 :
> we want to show one PRISM record
> (the record contains:
> "no decrypt available for this OTR encrypted message")
> 34:22 :
> basically everyone that uses cryptography is broken
> except for two things: OTR and PGP (36:06)
> 37:08 :
> the sad part is that not everyone is using it
> but the good news is that when you use it it appears to work
> (when you verified the fingerprint for example)
> 37:38 :
> they [NSA] themselves find that they are blinded
> when you use properly implemented cryptography.
> 37:46 :
> GnuPG and OTR are two things that actually stop the spies
> from spying on you with PRISM
> 40:11 :
> if you use redphone and signal,
> if you use something like TOR and GnuPG
> with a properly sized key ...
> if you use OTR
> if you use jabber.ccc.de ...
> if you use encontered together
> you blind them
> 42:41 :
> Werner Koch [GnuPG], ... could you stand up?
> Ian Goldberg [OTR], ...
> Christine Corbett [Signal],
> stand up and keep standing
> These people without even knowing it and without
> even trying they beat them!
> 43:55 :
> Laura Poitras:
> Last night I screened my film Citizenfour here ...
> Somebody ask what an they do to support the work that Snowden has done
> and the Journalists.
> Everybody should fund the work that you guys do ...
> because literally, my work would not be possible without
> the work that you do.
> So, I would like it if everybody in this room when they leave here
> in the next week to reach out and fund these projects
> because without these projects the journalism
> that Glenn [Greenwald] and I and Jake have done
> would literally not be possible
> Am 30.12.2014 um 00:51 schrieb MFPA:
>> I'm not entirely sure how this relates to the thread in which you
>> posted it.
> Nicolai M. Josuttis
> mailto:nico at enigmail.net
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