Hi Gaute-- On Sun 2018-02-04 11:46:20 +0100, Gaute Hope wrote: > Astroid v0.11 has been released!
Congratulations -- it's great to see this progress! :) > * Always throw key-id when sending (using GMime 3) Can you explain this choice? As someone who receives mail with a thrown key-id, and as someone who has multiple secret keys, the user experience of receiving encrypted mail like this is *terrible*. (terrible to the point of me wanting to ask people who do this for normal mail to just send me mail in the clear in the future :( ) In particular: GnuPG doesn't know which key to use, so it prompts me for passphrases for *all* of the secret keys i control, in succession. I understand the desire to reduce metadata leakage. But if you're wrapping the PGP/MIME application/pgp-encrypted part in an RFC822 message that contains a header with the person's e-mail address anyway, it's not clear that there has been a significant reduction of cleartext metadata. So this seems like a bad tradeoff for any case where the recipient is explicitly specified (i.e., not in Bcc:) Regards, --dkg
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