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[Discuss] Relevance of PGP?

Unfortunately classes are on Wednesday nights this semester and I will be in Rome the week after.  I do not want to miss two classes in a row...

On Aug 18, 2011, at 9:58 PM, John Abreau wrote:

> The September BLU meeting is our annual keysigning party; the first part
> of the meeting is a discussion about PGP, and then we run through the
> procedure where everyone who had preregistered for the keysigning
> verifies the identities of everyone else who had preregistered.
> Perhaps you could discuss your idea during the Q&A?
> On Thu, Aug 18, 2011 at 9:25 PM, Anthony Gabrielson
> <agabrielson1 at> wrote:
>> Well I've come up with an idea to it.  I'm presenting it at a conference in
>> Rome at the end of the next month.  I'm not saying the idea is perfect in
>> its current form, but I do think its considerably better than SSL on all of
>> the fronts I mentioned.
>> Anthony
>> On Aug 18, 2011, at 9:21 PM, Bill Ricker wrote:
>>> easier for end users, ... and not cost money?
>> That would be nice! And it would be even nice if the nice person doing all
>> that for free managed not to compromise security while doing it, but that's
>> rather less likely. "Easy, Secure, Free, pick two" isn't guaranteed the way
>> quick, good, cheap - pick two is, but ...
>> --
>> Bill
>> @n1vux bill.n1vux at
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