GnuPG 2.0.12 - Linux-Ubuntu
jaydanie at gmail.com
Sat Jun 20 03:27:44 UTC 2009
Steve Reilly wrote:
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> Jay Daniels wrote:
>> Personally, I think encryption/verification signatures work well for
>> software to see if it is authentic for obvious reasons. But yet no
>> firefox addons are signed or can be verified! As for email, I think
>> it's a waste of time.
> perhaps you were unaware that all internet traffic, email or otherwise
> is scanned for keywords by several different government agencies, in the
> us and in other countries as well. i would definitely not call
> encryption a waste of time. in fact, in this day and age, i would call
> it almost a necessity in private communications.
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I sense a bit of unwarranted paranoia ;)
Personally, the only private conversation I have is with my lawyer and I
don't trust him either.
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