Counterarguments Supporting GnuPG over Off The Record (OTR)
lewisurn at gmail.com
Tue Jan 3 05:41:07 CET 2017
The author's stand is hilarious to me. He is
"My day-to-day work is in the field of information security and
especially incident handling, analysis and response. "
That's is to say, he's a security expert. But he compares himself with
Johnny by quoting "Why Johnny Can’t Encrypt”
Actually, there is a more recent paper called
"Why Johnny Still, Still Can’t Encrypt: Evaluating the Usability of a
Modern PGP Client"
In my observation, what this type of papers point out is obvious:
It is non-trivial for non-technical people to make PGP work.
On 01/02/2017 06:41 PM, Christian Heinrich wrote:
> https://www.foo.be/2016/12/OpenPGP-really-works outlines a number of
> counter-arguments in support of GnuPG over OTR chat app and other
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