In case you use OpenPGP on a smartphone ...
ryan at digicana.com
Wed Aug 12 18:56:52 CEST 2020
Well yes I realize that it exists, what I'm saying is why would anyone
use it for secure communications on a smartphone when there are
solutions orders of magnitude more secure and simple to use. It'd be
like buying a helicopter but deciding you'd still fly only 2 feet off
the ground and stick to paved roads.
On 8/12/20 11:46 AM, Stefan Claas wrote:
> Ryan McGinnis via Gnupg-users wrote:
>> I guess the real question is: what are people using PGP for on mobile
>> devices? If it's for communication, that's silly. There are at least a
>> half dozen far, far, far better ways to securely communicate on a
> Well, it is listed by the OpenPGP experts:
> my 'hidden' service gopherhole:
PGP Fingerprint: 5C73 8727 EE58 786A 777C 4F1D B5AA 3FA3 486E D7AD
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