Forgive me for not keeping up with the thread but; did we agree on a teamspeak/skype voice channel? I quite like the idea of being able to collab without having to switch windows a lot to check IRC. On 09/06/2014 19:29, Kyle Marek wrote: > On 06/09/2014 02:24 PM, Stephen R Guglielmo wrote: >> On Mon, Jun 9, 2014 at 2:18 PM, Kyle Marek <psppsn96@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: >>> Well that's kinda what i'm saying, but without driving to meet people. all >>> you have to do is get in a skype call or something and you can see right >>> there who you're talking to. >> Yeah, that'd work. Obviously I can't drive from the US to Taiwan, >> haha. Technically, you're not supposed to transfer keys over unsecure >> means (the internet) anyway. NITM attacks: NSA-In-The-Middle ;-) But I >> suppose because we're so distributed around the world, that's >> something we'll have to manage with for now. >> >> BTW, your top-posting is driving me nuts :-P >> > I was sure that would make someone mad but I didn't think that's how i > should be doing it when the quote is just building and building. Should > I be removing the quotes inside the quote and just leave it as the last > message? > > Well anyway, i thought that since you're NEVER transferring your private > key, that this is safe and the public key could never change otherwise > communications wouldn't work. Like think about it, a tampered public key > doesn't correspond to your private key, as in, things wouldn't say "Good > signature from" or encrypted things couldn't decrypt at all. So since > they can't tamper with the private key at the same time, i don't see > anything wrong with it; i thought this thinking is by design. > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------ > > At the time of sending this message, I have not been contacted by > any government official or worker regarding my participation in > CipherShed or any related project. I have not been asked to supply any > information to them that may be used to impersonate me nor have I been > asked to aid the government or it's officials or workers in modifying > part of CipherShed or any related project. I am not aware of any of my > property or anything regarding me being bugged, searched, or compromised > in any way. Anything that accepts PGP encryption or signing should have > been cryptographically secured with my PGP key. > -- -- At the time of writing, no warrants have been served to me, nor am I under any legal compulsion concerning the CipherShed project. I do not know of any searches of seizures of my assets.
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