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  • 256 bit PGP (now known as GPG), developed by Phil Zimmerman in the 90’s (maybe 80’s) uses a system that given a password then generates 2 keys, one public which you can give to anyone and one private which you obviously keep to yourself. The system works because the public key can only be used to encrypt messages and they can only be decrypted by the corresponding private key. VERY SECURE but not so easy to set up, I’ve known a few people who were not idiots but still struggled to set it up properly. I remember a guide on arstechnica, I’ll try find it.

    256 bit PGP (now known as GPG), developed by Phil Zimmerman in the 90’s (maybe 80’s) uses a system that given a password then generates 2 keys, one public which you can give to anyone and one private which you obviously keep to yourself. The system works because the public key can only be used to encrypt messages and they can only be decrypted by the corresponding private key. VERY SECURE but not so easy to set up, I’ve known a few people who were not idiots but still struggled to set it up properly. I remember a guide on arstechnica, I’ll try find it.

    yes, that is what I remember too (and it isn’t wasn’t that easy to use, but it was around 1998. And you must be very careful *not* to lose the passphrase for the private key or you have no chance of getting back the data (which creates a further risk as if its a long phrase its easy to forget it or store it in somewhere that is in itself insecure; which is of course a risk with passwords in general)

    Auch wenn du am Abgrund stehst, und gar nichts mehr verstehst,
    wachen Engel über dich, halten dich im Licht und lassen dich nie fallen.

    As Bruce Shneier said many times over, write your passwords on a piece of paper and keep them in the same place as you’d keep all other pieces of paper (your wallet). Obviously don’t keep your address on that piece of paper. And obviously, if you lose your password, you’re fucked.


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    256 bit PGP (now known as GPG), developed by Phil Zimmerman in the 90’s (maybe 80’s) uses a system that given a password then generates 2 keys, one public which you can give to anyone and one private which you obviously keep to yourself. The system works because the public key can only be used to encrypt messages and they can only be decrypted by the corresponding private key. VERY SECURE but not so easy to set up, I’ve known a few people who were not idiots but still struggled to set it up properly. I remember a guide on arstechnica, I’ll try find it.

    yes, that is what I remember too (and it isn’t wasn’t that easy to use, but it was around 1988. And you must be very careful *not* to lose the passphrase for the private key or you have no chance of getting back the data (which creates a further risk as if its a long phrase its easy to forget it or store it in somewhere that is in itself insecure; which is of course a risk with passwords in general)

    can u stay logged in pls

    Most everyone in the early days of bitcoin used this kind of 2 key tech and it is a non trivial number of coins that got lost because people lost the key or the external hard drive stopped working or what have you. Super secure but easy enough to fuck yourself.

    Iliesse as far as secure chatting systems someone showed one on reddit built on top of blockchain (I think bitcoin core) but it was more of a novelty.

    In the old days AIM and MSN were very good cause once you logged out the conversation was likely gone to the ether. I don’t know if there is an instant messaging system of this type that is easily available and as Trypt said it is a pain to set up.

    By symantech you’re talking about symantec which is Norton Anti-Virus ect and they have heavy duty email encryption and other stuff built on this type tech.

    AFAIK this tech is not illegal in the USA, its used in password managers and a bunch of other applications. Some usages of the tech my be frowned upon by our wonderful government but it is still okay.


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    where can i find that freeware plssssssssss


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    Most everyone in the early days of bitcoin used this kind of 2 key tech and it is a non trivial number of coins that got lost because people lost the key or the external hard drive stopped working or what have you. Super secure but easy enough to fuck yourself.

    Iliesse as far as secure chatting systems someone showed one on reddit built on top of blockchain (I think bitcoin core) but it was more of a novelty.

    In the old days AIM and MSN were very good cause once you logged out the conversation was likely gone to the ether. I don’t know if there is an instant messaging system of this type that is easily available and as Trypt said it is a pain to set up.

    By symantech you’re talking about symantec which is Norton Anti-Virus ect and they have heavy duty email encryption and other stuff built on this type tech.

    AFAIK this tech is not illegal in the USA, its used in password managers and a bunch of other applications. Some usages of the tech my be frowned upon by our wonderful government but it is still okay.

    hi diggy , whats up??

    I’m looking right now and found a few options:

    Free encrypted secure Instant Messenger chat apps for Windows PC

    Can’t find anything explicitly with the two-key feature


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    Can’t find anything explicitly with the two-key feature

    i would find this 256 bit freeware that is called PGP “pretty good privacy”

    now its called GPG

    Most everyone in the early days of bitcoin used this kind of 2 key tech and it is a non trivial number of coins that got lost because people lost the key or the external hard drive stopped working or what have you. Super secure but easy enough to fuck yourself.

    another risk about keeping such passcodes in your wallet is if you keep your driving licence in there as well – in the UK, USA, Malaysia and Australia (probably other countires too) it has your full address on it!

    This isn’t the case in most of mainland Europe though, it just shows the location of the traffic authority office where it was issued..

    At least I have access to secure locations at work where I can keep copies of passcodes etc

    Auch wenn du am Abgrund stehst, und gar nichts mehr verstehst,
    wachen Engel über dich, halten dich im Licht und lassen dich nie fallen.

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    256 bit PGP (now known as GPG), developed by Phil Zimmerman in the 90’s (maybe 80’s) uses a system that given a password then generates 2 keys, one public which you can give to anyone and one private which you obviously keep to yourself. The system works because the public key can only be used to encrypt messages and they can only be decrypted by the corresponding private key. VERY SECURE but not so easy to set up, I’ve known a few people who were not idiots but still struggled to set it up properly. I remember a guide on arstechnica, I’ll try find it.

    yes, that is what I remember too (and it isn’t wasn’t that easy to use, but it was around 1988. And you must be very careful *not* to lose the passphrase for the private key or you have no chance of getting back the data (which creates a further risk as if its a long phrase its easy to forget it or store it in somewhere that is in itself insecure; which is of course a risk with passwords in general)

    can u stay logged in pls

    where can i find that program

    Yep DL has DOB, Address, Height, Weight, Eye Color. Although many people’s address is badly out of date cause you only need a new one every eight years in my state so if you’re a renter and move a lot then that part isn’t accurate.

    Also you get asked for your social security number on the internet (or at least the last half of it) way more than I’d like. And until recently those were familial and sequential by location, so like I have the same first 3 numbers as my dad and everyone born where I was born has similar numbers so they’re easy enough to guess if you have the time and inclination. They function as an identification and a passcode, it is a horrible system.

    https://gnupg.org/

    Works fine. Pidgin with otr plugin is good also. Tormessenger is also very good.


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    Most everyone in the early days of bitcoin used this kind of 2 key tech and it is a non trivial number of coins that got lost because people lost the key or the external hard drive stopped working or what have you. Super secure but easy enough to fuck yourself.

    another risk about keeping such passcodes in your wallet is if you keep your driving licence in there as well – in the UK, USA, Malaysia and Australia (probably other countires too) it has your full address on it!

    This isn’t the case in most of mainland Europe though, it just shows the location of the traffic authority office where it was issued..

    At least I have access to secure locations at work where I can keep copies of passcodes etc

    i have not the time to read and understanding so fast allthe posztsi received , so i gona read all later. but i hope u will come back in the next days if u are leaving .

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