Very Secure File Storage

Jeffrey F. Bloss jbloss at
Thu Nov 29 10:36:36 GMT 2007

Derek Broughton wrote:

> Jeffrey F. Bloss wrote:
> > Joel Bryan Juliano wrote:
> > 
> >> I just lost my USB thumbdrive in an Internet Cafe.
> >> And it contains my private PGP key. Luckily I have a backup.
> > 
> > By all definitions those keys are now compromised, and you should
> > submit the revocation certificates you previously created to all the
> > appropriate people and places.
> > 
> > Um, you *did* create revocation certificates when you generated the
> > keys, and secret them away for just such an occasion... right? ;)
> > 
> The problem with this is that I can never remember where the hell the
> revocation certificates are...

Another reason I like the Truecrypt scheme. I can keep revocation certs
and such right with me and they're still secure. Gotta love strong
encryption. ;)

     \|/          A mathematician is a device for turning
    (O--)                   coffee into theorems.
-oOO-(_)-OOo---------------------------------[ Paul Erdos ]---

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