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From: frank at (Frank Knobbe)
Subject: Re: pgp passphrase

On Sat, 2004-03-20 at 19:41, Max Valdez wrote:
> > Keylogger ?

> Intelligent enoght to know wish keystrokes are passphrase ?? 

Nah, keyloggers don't have to be intelligent, they just have to log
data. It is *you* that needs to be intelligent when reviewing the
captured key strokes.

1) command line:
cd ..
gpg -sae text.txt
my hovercraft is full of eels
cat text.txt.asc | mail
rm test.txt

2) GUI:
I'll see you then.
Best regards,
always look on the bright side of life
Hello Pat,
I sent Tony an invitation

Can you spot both passphrases?


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