Very Secure File Storage
geekboy at angrykeyboarder.com
Thu Nov 29 19:14:30 GMT 2007
Jeffrey F. Bloss :
> Scott (angrykeyboarder) wrote:
>> Derek Broughton spake thusly:
>>> 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...
>> I had that problem too. That's why I have several keys that I don't use
>> anymore floating around teh Internets.
>> The last time around, I just burned everything to a CD-R and labled the
>> CD-R with something obscure.
> Security through obscurity...
> Opinions vary. ;-)
Like I said in the previos post, "they" would be more interested in my
computer and in that case I'd be SOL anyway.
I've never used an OS I didn't (dis)like.
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