[Bitcoin-development] Subject: Re: Proposal to address Bitcoin malware

2015-02-03 Thread Will
.  --  Message: 5  Date: Mon, 02 Feb 2015 23:38:07 -0800  From: Eric Voskuil e...@voskuil.org  Subject: Re: [Bitcoin-development] Proposal to address Bitcoin malware  To: Brian Erdelyi brian.erde...@gmail.com  Cc: Bitcoin Dev bitcoin-development@lists.sourceforge.net

Re: [Bitcoin-development] Subject: Re: Proposal to address Bitcoin malware

2015-02-03 Thread Adam Weiss
Using a desktop website and mobile device for 2/3 multisig in lieu of a hardware device (trezor) and desktop website (mytrezor) works, but the key is that the device used to input the two signatures cannot be in the same band. What you are protecting against are MITM attacks. The issue is

Re: [Bitcoin-development] Subject: Re: Proposal to address Bitcoin malware

2015-02-03 Thread Will
-development@lists.sourceforge.net Subject:  Re: [Bitcoin-development] Subject: Re: Proposal to address Bitcoin malware Using a desktop website and mobile device for 2/3 multisig in lieu of a hardware device (trezor) and desktop website (mytrezor) works, but the key is that the device used to input

Re: [Bitcoin-development] Subject: Re: Proposal to address Bitcoin malware

2015-02-03 Thread Mike Hearn
TREZOR like devices with BIP70 support and third party cosigning services are a solution I really like the sound of. I suppose though that adding BIP70 request signature validation and adding certificate revocation support starts to balloon the scope of what is supposed to be a very simple

Re: [Bitcoin-development] Subject: Re: Proposal to address Bitcoin malware

2015-02-03 Thread Brian Erdelyi
Regardless, I think a standard for passing partially signed transactions around might make sense (maybe a future extension to BIP70), with attention to both PC - small hardware devices and pushing stuff around on the Internet. It would be great if users had a choice of hardware signing

Re: [Bitcoin-development] Subject: Re: Proposal to address Bitcoin malware

2015-02-03 Thread Eric Voskuil
:38:07%20MST From: Eric Voskuil e...@voskuil.org mailto:e...@voskuil.org Subject: Re: [Bitcoin-development] Proposal to address Bitcoin malware To: Brian Erdelyi brian.erde...@gmail.com mailto:brian.erde...@gmail.com Cc: Bitcoin Dev bitcoin-development@lists.sourceforge.net mailto:bitcoin