21st May 2006 Archive
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Is PGP still pretty good for identity?
PGP is often thought of as an encryption system, but your private key is a digital signature that can prove who your message comes from, as well as showing that it hasn’t been tampered with. The reason a Public Key Infrastructure doesn’t look like a widespread identity system is that it needs a web of trust; if somebody you …
ID 21 May 2006, 11:55
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