>(To those people who missed the original comment a year or two back, the first
> PKI workshop required that people use plain passwords for the web-based
> submission system due to the lack of a PKI to handle the task).

Hey, but at least the password was protected by an SSL channel,
which was authenticated by a real certificate signed by one of
the 10^4 trust roots built into your browser :)


Sean W. Smith, Ph.D.                         [EMAIL PROTECTED]   
http://www.cs.dartmouth.edu/~sws/       (has ssl link to pgp key)
Department of Computer Science, Dartmouth College, Hanover NH USA

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