Re: [anonsec] Re: potential new IETF WG on anonymous IPSec (fwd from [EMAIL PROTECTED]) (fwd from [EMAIL PROTECTED])

2004-09-18 Thread Hadmut Danisch
On Thu, Sep 16, 2004 at 12:41:41AM +0100, Ian Grigg wrote: It occurs to me that a number of these ideas could be written up over time ... a wiki, anyone? I think it is high past time to start documenting crypto patterns. Wikis are not that good for discussions, and I do believe that this

Re: public-key: the wrong model for email?

2004-09-18 Thread Ed Gerck
Ben Laurie wrote: Ed Gerck wrote: If the recipient cannot in good faith detect a key-access ware, or a GAK-ware, or a Trojan, or a bug, why would a complete background check of the recipient help? Let's assume for a moment that a solution exists that satisfies your requirements. Since the

Re: public-key: the wrong model for email?

2004-09-18 Thread Ed Gerck
Anne Lynn Wheeler wrote: At 12:53 PM 9/16/2004, Ed Gerck wrote: If the recipient cannot in good faith detect a key-access ware, or a GAK-ware, or a Trojan, or a bug, why would a complete background check of the recipient help? a complete audit and background check ... would include an audit of