Ben Laurie wrote:
<snip> I am suggesting that if you cannot rely on the recipient (or their machine) to manage keys properly, then you also cannot rely on them to manage decrypted emails properly.

Yes. This thread is about the observation that, even if the recipient manages keys perfectly well, the recipient may not know he is compromising the sender's security. The sender is in the recipient's hands with PKC, whereas the sender usually has most (if not all) the risk.

Ed Gerck

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