[OT] Where can I find some papers to read on mail (and envelope) security?
sac at 300baud.de
Fri Feb 1 09:58:45 CET 2019
On Wed, 30 Jan 2019 21:36:15 +0100, Michael Kesper wrote:
> On 30.01.19 16:33, Stefan Claas wrote:
> > Interesting topic, which i am interested in as well. I started, as German
> > citizen, to use also epost Brief and De-Mail a while ago, when
> > communicating sometimes with friends, because i like those paid
> > services much more than the classical email PGP combo.
> You know that you use snake oil then?
> These services decrypt your e-mails to "protect you against viruses" .
It does not matter to much for me. My threat model is not so high and if i
like to do so i can encrypt my mail and run it through codegroup.
And with De-Mail people can put an OpenPGP pub key in their directory,
so that people can get the pub key from there, regardless of which
De-Mail service provider they use.
P.S. We should get back on topic from the OP, on how to send securely
OpenPGP letters / postcards via regular mail.
If one googles for the string "encrypted postcards" there are many
links shown, from people who did that in the early 20th century. :-)
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