also sprach David Wagner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [2003.09.13.2306 +0200]: > You're absolutely right. Quantum cryptography *assumes* that you > have an authentic, untamperable channel between sender and > receiver. The standard quantum key-exchange protocols are only > applicable when there is some other mechanism guaranteeing that > the guy at the other end of the fibre optic cable is the guy you > wanted to talk to, and that noone else can splice into the middle > of the cable and mount a MITM attack.
Uh, so if I have a channel of that sort, why don't I send cleartext? -- martin; (greetings from the heart of the sun.) \____ echo mailto: !#^."<*>"|tr "<*> mailto:" [EMAIL PROTECTED] invalid/expired pgp subkeys? use subkeys.pgp.net as keyserver! "the public is wonderfully tolerant. it forgives everything except genius." -- oscar wilde
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