[Cryptography] Future GPG/PGP
moonpunter at gmail.com
Wed Sep 30 12:56:21 EDT 2015
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> > > For signatures, a few projects (including OpenBSD) are using
signify, > which uses the Ed25519 signature system. It's really nice! >
> I'm not aware of any encryption software with similar
usage/deployment, > although I've heard of reop, CPGB, sgp-c and
others. SC4 was also > mentioned in this thread. All the interesting
ones are based on NaCl.
I'm interested in Namecoin-like decentralized implementations that could
potentially be easier to use and easier to learn. Not Namecoin
specifically, just using it as an example of a block chain that has been
used for purposes other than storing transaction records.
It's crushingly ironic to me when I visit SKS and get SSl errors there.
What else is there in this category that's worth looking into? Even
theoretical (papers) are worth noting to me at this point, as I'm mostly
talking on theoretical terms rather than practical (working) software
that is available now.
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