Slightly OT - mobile OpenPGP usage

Stefan Claas sac at
Tue Aug 27 21:50:42 CEST 2019

Andrew Gallagher wrote:

> On 27/08/2019 17:01, Stefan Claas via Gnupg-users wrote:
> > Would you consider these both methods secure enough for entering
> > passphrases in Mailvelope, like outlined in article [1] while using Oxynger
> > KeyShield [2]?
> If you think there's a keylogger on your machine, then don't type in a
> password at all, ever. And if there's a keylogger then there's just as
> likely to be a screen scraper, or all sorts of other nasty things.

But what would be, when using computers at work or public places, then
the best strategy for using OpenPGP, without carrying a Notebook or
smartphone? There should be good solution available IMHO. :-)

At least Firefox portable exists for Windows users and I believe
portable apps were invented for USB stick usage, right?


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