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From: Felix von Leitner (leitnercodeblau.de)
Date: Mon Jan 15 2001 - 12:45:30 CST
Thus spake Kurt Seifried (listuserseifried.org):
> If you need "real" security I'd advise using a hardware solution, if an attacker
> does break in they can sign messages/etc but not retrieve the secret key (or so
> most vendors would claim).
...which, even if it were true, buys you absolutely nothing, since you
can still make the hardware solution to encrypt or sign whatever you
want with a trojan.
Kurt, why do you always make so broad and false claims?
What has do happen to make you learn? First, the Debian debacle, then,
the SSL/SSH debacle, now this. It sickens me.