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accepted Which encryption method supports random reads?
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comment Is there a way to do fair exchange between two parties who don't trust each other?
@HenrickHellström The exchanged message would be a private key of cryptocurrency, so both parties are actually exchanging something of value, and aborting would be too late. Ill guess its just not possible without trusted mediator.
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I've read the references you gave, but it seems there has been done very little research in this area. I cannot find any well-known protocol or implementation.
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comment Signatures: RSA compared to ECDSA
@DavidSchwartz To verify the signature I need the full public key, how would this function with only a secure hash in the mail-headers?
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comment Signatures: RSA compared to ECDSA
@poncho Unfortunately not, because it's a decentral system (like email), so having a central authority where users would need to sign up to have their identifiers mapped to keys, will undermine the whole concept.
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