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Sven Guckes keysigningparty@guckes.net 8000R/0185391B32CE 5648 6E6D 6D6D 33E5 3A38 EAB9 7F20 0185 391B
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"why encrypt?" -> "why not?!""it's hard!" -> "it's not.""but i got nothing to hide."then you got nothing to lose. :)"i am not an interesting person.. my data is worthless."maybe you are not yet interesting now.but some day you might.and by then all the information about you will be useful -to someone else.why give it to them without effort?besides:if your system encrypted all the data before sending it away andall automatically without any effort to you.. would you mind?when companies (banks) tell you that you *must* use encryptionto secure your data (eg for online banking) then why don't youuse it for everything else (chat, emails, files..) as well?however, when your government tells you to use *less*secure cryptography (to encrypt your personal data)doesn't that make you feel like a second class citizen?why would a good citizen use something less secure -while the "bad ones" use whatever they want?remember:"If privacy is outlawed, only outlaws will have privacy.""but THEY can crack anything, anyway."no, they can't.finding your secret keyin a short amount of time is highly unlikely.besides, cracking the crypto algorithms isn't the goalas the algorithms are mostly open to everyone, anyway.it is about finding the keys only.andthe keys are taken a set of huge numbers.guessing one of 14million numbers, ie"winning the lottery" is a much simpler task."installing programs, configurations, and all those commands -that's a lot of work. i dont want all that. life should be easy."well, once you know you definitely need it, it might be too late.because until then, you have been communicating in the open andhave allowed everyone to copy and read all messages very easily."which system is the most secure?"the system that you know. so - *know* your system!learn something about it. read. discuss. test it."i'd rather use a system where i don't haveto worry about cleaning up all those data.."well - try TAILS then.when you shut it down,then it will forget about everything. that'swhy it is "The Amnesic Incognito Live System"."but won't the use of encryption alert the authoritieseven more than sending every message in plain text?"when everyone is using encryption thenthis *is* normal - and noone stands out."so.. i should encrypt. but why encrypt everythingrather than only the important messages?"when every of your encrypted messages containsthe really important information then it tellsyour adversaries just that: it *is* important.it is worthy of attacking and decrypting.when you encrypt everything then the attackersmight be losing their money, resources, and timeby decrypting something quite unimportant."but.. how do you use that system then?"well - join a cryptoparty - and just ask. :-)to encrypt messages your software needs thepublic key of the recipient.here is mine:gpg: 8000R/0185391B [2014-03-11] stats downloadmailto: guckes(dot)crypto(at)guckes(dot)net
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