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Jun
22
comment PGP solution for Mac that doesn't store keys on my system?
You must have a public key to which people can encrypt. You must have a private key with which you would send an encrypted message. Both of these actions requires you to have a key, which should probably be stored for a while. You can encrypt and password protect these keys. Look into gpg from the command line. Or, join us on keybase and use the simple-as-heck CLI tool provided.
Feb
7
comment Possible ECC backdoor and its impact on Internet traffic
Wired.com | Hale's AMS Paper | Shumow-Ferguson Paper
Jun
20
comment GPG/PGP Verification of Revocation
The key was revoked using the revocation cert and then sent to the keyserver. I am unsure which step of the process I am leaving out.