1997-10-10 - Re: What’s really in PGP 5.5?

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From: lutz@taranis.iks-jena.de (Lutz Donnerhacke)
To: cypherpunks@Algebra.COM
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UTC Datetime: 1997-10-10 11:11:54 UTC
Raw Date: Fri, 10 Oct 1997 19:11:54 +0800

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From: lutz@taranis.iks-jena.de (Lutz Donnerhacke)
Date: Fri, 10 Oct 1997 19:11:54 +0800
To: cypherpunks@Algebra.COM
Subject: Re: What's really in PGP 5.5?
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Message-ID: <slrn63s326.10h.lutz@taranis.iks-jena.de>
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* Jon Callas wrote:
>It brings up a dialog box and gives you the option of encrypting to Alice
>alone or Alice plus her corporate recovery key. If the "strict" flag is set
>on Alice's CMRK and you remove it, we display a dialog box that wags a
>finger at you and tells you you're being naughty, but that's it. If you
>remove Alice's CMRK from your key ring, it just sends to Alice alone and
>doesn't bother you at all.

The CMRK must not be used in eMails. It may be used in storing folders.x

If it does work in that way, it's GAK to temprorary communication keys.