Adam Back wrote:
Thats broken, just like the "WAP GAP" ... for security you want
end2end security, not a secure channel to an UTP (untrusted third

Well, in the Jabber/XMPP world you can run your own server (just as you can in the email world). I see no harm in e2m channel encryption in that (or any other) case if you've got a client-server architecture. Granted, e2e security is also desirable.


Peter Saint-Andre
Jabber Software Foundation

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