RE: Walton's Mountain notaries

2004-01-07 Thread Jerrold Leichter
| I might be - and it would be interesting to find out. However, that does | not necessarily mean that anyone you could find to witness your signature | also has the knowledge to tie you to that particular Dan Geer so carefully | documented in the genealogy site. | | I have people who can testify

Re: CIA - the cryptographer's intelligent aid?

2004-01-07 Thread Anton Stiglic
The thing about CIA is that it is commonly used in security (not cryptography) courses to mean Confidentiality, Integrity (of systems) and Availability (instead of Authentication). Availability of systems, services and information. For crypto I always talked about CAIN or PAIN (like in no PAIN

Re: Any good books or URLs for WinXP crypto security?

2004-01-07 Thread Anton Stiglic
NSA Windows hardening guides: --Anton - The Cryptography Mailing List Unsubscribe by sending unsubscribe cryptography to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

FC'04: 2nd Call for Participation

2004-01-07 Thread Hinde ten Berge
Financial Cryptography '04 9-12 February 2004 Key West, Florida, USA 2nd Call for Participation Note: Early registration ends on January 9th, 2004! Financial Cryptography is the premier international forum for education, exploration, and

RE: Walton's Mountain notaries (identity requirements)

2004-01-07 Thread Carl Ellison
-Original Message- From: John Gilmore [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, January 05, 2004 3:11 PM To: Carl Ellison Cc: 'Paul A.S. Ward'; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: Walton's Mountain notaries (identity requirements) ... once again I heard the

Re: [Fwd: Re: Non-repudiation (was RE: The PAIN mnemonic)]

2004-01-07 Thread Jerrold Leichter
Now that we've trashed non-repudiation ... just how is it different from authentication? In both cases, there is a clear technical meaning (though as with anything in mathematics, when you get right down to it, the details are complex and may be important): To produce an