PGP Key Poisoner
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Mon Aug 12 14:37:39 CEST 2019
On Mon, Aug 12, 2019 at 8:10 AM David <david at gbenet.com> wrote:
> On 12/08/2019 12:25, Juergen Bruckner via Gnupg-users wrote:
> > Thats pretty interesting, but the author also says he did this as showcase.
> > Nontheless, its not really good to have such a tool "in the wild", and
> > even on a plattform like GitHub
> > regards
> > Juergen
> > Am 11.08.19 um 23:47 schrieb Anonymous Remailer (austria):
> >> https://github.com/skeeto/pgp-poisoner
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> To be frank - putting this code on Github whist demonstrating a point -
> was foolish - it put's the code out into the wild - and some silly smart
> arse is going to play.
> It also begs the question - who did the attacks on SKS keyservers? "I
> have katana and I just wanted to demonstrate cutting people's head's of
> because I can." But am not going to accept the responsibility and be
> accountable for my actions. Such a position is untenable in Law and in
> There are hundreds of thousands of people globally who are employed paid
> by their respective intelligence agencies to write malicious code. They
> hide behind the fact that they are paid - it's just a day-time 9 to 5
> job - and have no sense of responsibility or accountability working in
> contravention of their own countries laws.
> Now you have put the code into the public domain - to prove a point? The
> justification and points hardly support an ethical just standpoint. To
> say that this was in practice and common knowledge for years - it's new
> to me and many thousands of pgp users. Many thousands of people got
> infected - and had no thought to back up their king rings and have to
> start all over again.
I take you are against CVE lists.
> Just because one can develop a nuclear bomb - it proves real stupidity
> to drop it on an unsuspecting public.
> Be Happy!
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