JetBlue: Code Red

2003-09-16 Thread R. A. Hettinga DontSpyOnUs :: First In Line for Fascism Galileo: Police State Collaborator Meet Sam Katz: Galileo's Collaborator-in-Chief How CAPPS II Works Why CAPPS II Makes Flying MORE Dangerous What's in a PNR? Why This Site Exists Plead the Fourth Press Room Mail

PGP makes email encryption easier

2003-09-16 Thread R. A. Hettinga The Register 15 September 2003 Updated: 15:06 GMT PGP makes email encryption easier By John Leyden Posted: 15/09/2003 at 14:06 GMT PGP Corporation today introduced simpler email encryption in which the burden of securing email

Re: quantum hype

2003-09-16 Thread John Lowry
QC is currently a one-time pad distribution mechanism - or at lower rates a key establishment mechanism most suitable for symmetric algorithms. You are correct that authentication is not inherent. Then again, this is also true for classical symmetric and PKI schemes. To be usable, all crypto

Re: PGP makes email encryption easier

2003-09-16 Thread Ian Grigg
Eric Murray wrote: For the record, AFAIK, this approach was invented and deployed by Dr. Ian Brown as his undergraduate thesis, back in 1996 or so. Not to take anything away from Dr Brown, but I wrote something very similar to what PGP's selling for internal use at SUN in 1995 (to

Baltimore Break-up to Continue

2003-09-16 Thread R. A. Hettinga OnBusiness š Tues, Sept 16, 2003 BALTIMORE BREAK-UP TO CONTINUE - Baltimore Technologies has reported sharply lower first-half pre-tax losses of £9m, compared with £43m in the same period last year. Losses before exceptional items were

Quantum cryptography finally commercialized?

2003-09-16 Thread R. A. Hettinga Help Net Security - Quantum cryptography finally commercialized? Posted by Mirko Zorz - LogError Tuesday, 16 September 2003, 1:23 PM CET Start-up MagiQ Technologies, from Somerville, Massachusetts, has released the first commercial implementation of