[slightly off topic] e-courier.ca
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Sun Jul 19 19:52:01 CEST 2015
On 18.07.15 17:21, Philip Neukom wrote:
> I put "secure" in quotes as they talk about a "proprietary" encryption
> algorithm. As soon as I read "proprietary", I have to roll my eyes as I
> don't necessarily trust encryption if it isn't open for everyone to verify.
> Is this similar to what has been discussed as a potential use or service
> by GnuPG? The service isn't seamless but perhaps would make sense as an
> offering by GnuPG/Werner?
No. There is a standard called OpenPGP already and this service is not
relevant in any way.
See the how it works page. They can't and don't change how email,
i.e. SMTP works. They just send the receiver a link to their web service
and both their client and recipient use a browser to do their
"emailing". The world is full of services like that.
GnuPG and other OpenPGP compliant software sign and / or encrypt the
/contents of email/.
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