1993-01-15 - Re: possible solution to the anonymous…

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From: uri@watson.ibm.com
To: marc@MIT.EDU
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Reply To: <9301150739.AA02931@deathtongue.MIT.EDU>
UTC Datetime: 1993-01-15 17:27:02 UTC
Raw Date: Fri, 15 Jan 93 09:27:02 PST

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From: uri@watson.ibm.com
Date: Fri, 15 Jan 93 09:27:02 PST
To: marc@MIT.EDU
Subject: Re: possible solution to the anonymous...
In-Reply-To: <9301150739.AA02931@deathtongue.MIT.EDU>
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Marc Horowitz says:
> >> I haven't looked at RIPEM much but I'm sure the remailers could use it
> >> as easily as PGP.  Even non-encrypting remailers can provide basic
> >> anonymous posting and mail, if those would be more acceptable.
> I thought about this.  The major problem is that once the PEM
> beta-testing period ends, all keys must be registered with "approved"
> (by RSA) central authorities.

Oh, NO!  RSADSI will CERTIFY you keys, IF YOU WISH; and
they'll certify your PERSONAL keys for free (unlike any
other level of "confidence", which MAY cost money :-)...

Where did you get this idea from?  [Also it's my understanding,
that one could use other certifying authorities besides RSADSI].
Uri         uri@watson.ibm.com      scifi!angmar!uri 	N2RIU

From cypherpunks-request  Fri Jan 15 09:38:17 1993