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[Discuss] Fwd: Relevance of PGP?

On Aug 18, 2011, at 7:59 PM, John Abreau wrote:
> I could instead have made an analogy to locksmiths: when we want to change
> the locks on our doors, a techie might buy a new lock at Home Depot and
> install it himself, whereas a nontechie would hire a locksmith to take
> care of it.

Actually, the techie hires a locksmith to rekey the existing locks because it's cheaper than replacing.  Unless the locks are garbage to begin with (ie, aluminum instead of brass).  But that's a different kind of nit to pick :).

--Rich P.

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