crypto flaw in secure mail standards

Ian BROWN I.Brown at
Mon Jun 25 06:38:11 EDT 2001

>Forward secrecy is arguably a more important property of mail to have than
>authentication, and is much easier to build properly, since it doesn't get
>into the issues of identity. Unfortunately, none of the current mail
>standards support it at all.

A (very-slow-moving) Internet draft that I've been working on with Ben Laurie 
and Adam Back to do this for OpenPGP:
"We don't need to go through a debate about whether to try to censor the Internet: We cannot censor the Internet." --Ira Magaziner

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