Tor and keyservers

Lachlan Gunn lachlan at
Wed Feb 24 22:10:26 CET 2016

> It's interesting you're using "biometric" as a qualifier implying something
> "good". I wouldn't agree.

I mean in the sense that it's a lot easier for someone doing MITM to
transparently rewrite the signatures in an email than it is to
transparently detect that you are reading the verification code and then
replace it with a synthesised version without breaking the flow of
speech.  It's not perfect, but it's a barrier at least.


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