+ Fearghas McKay fm-li...@st-kilda.org: http://www.itconsult.co.uk/stamper.htm Has been around since ~1995 and just works whenever I have used it, albeit some time ago. It publishes time stamp info on Usenet, comp.security.pgp.announce which shows the last activity was in 2002...
If I may contribute a perspective to this discussion... The issue of Trusted Time Stamping can be broken down into two main points: 1.) Why might trusted timestamping be important/useful; and, 2.) How can one do itreliably, scalability and securely (considering the need for a forward-secure
-Original Message- From: pgut001 [mailto:pgut...@wintermute01.cs.auckland.ac.nz] On Behalf Of Peter Gutmann Sent: October 5, 2009 10:07 PM To: a...@poneyhot.org; firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: Trusted timestamping Alex Pankratov a...@poneyhot.org writes: I have
http://lesswrong.com/lw/1ab/dying_outside/ Less Wrong Dying Outside 59 HalFinney 05 October 2009 02:45AM A man goes in to see his doctor, and after some tests, the doctor says, I'm sorry, but you have a fatal disease. Man: That's terrible! How long have I got? Doctor: Ten. Man: Ten? What
On 6 Oct 2009, at 14:48, Harald Hanche-Olsen wrote: As explained at http://www.itconsult.co.uk/stamper/stampnew.htm they moved to alt.security.pgp in 2002. But ... the latest timestamp summary I can see there is from May 2009, so I guess the point stands, unless it's just google groups that