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13 Jan 2021
@blue_penquin:fairydust.spaceblue_penquinThe hardest part is putting in the effort to make them understand and watching things turn the way it was after a while...especially with GPG since it isn't too well fit for the IM protocol and their are lots of little details too it than just green/red/black shield.15:17:33
@blue_penquin:fairydust.spaceblue_penquin*to it15:17:55
@blue_penquin:fairydust.spaceblue_penquinAnd even the small details of a cryptography is hard to explain to someone who isn't too much tech oriented and even if done eventually they'll end up missing one of the 'best practices' and loosing something.15:20:11
@porcospino:matrix.drycat.frporcospinoWell, in the case of the specific study it looks like they couldn't even get basic message exchange done.15:20:59
@porcospino:matrix.drycat.frporcospinoSetting aside the whole question of trust levels, signing other people's keypairs, etc.15:21:15
@blue_penquin:fairydust.spaceblue_penquinYea that part is a bit more astonishing to me. Surely they were briefed and didn't go in blind. I think the study mentions so.15:23:14
15 Jan 2021
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@finlaydag33k:finlaydag33k.nlAroop Roelofs
In reply to @blue_penquin:fairydust.space
And even the small details of a cryptography is hard to explain to someone who isn't too much tech oriented and even if done eventually they'll end up missing one of the 'best practices' and loosing something.
I'm quite tech-savy... nuked my private key multiple times because I forgot to back it up somewhere safe (before I had my yubikey) and my drive died, or I wiped it (forgetting about the key) or accidentally deleted it... can't easily expect people to not do what I did when they still keep using the same bloody password on every damn site.
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@adulau:matrix.circl.luadulauHi All, any operator of OpenPGP key server in the room? We are looking for new peers for https://openpgp.circl.lu/ Cheers08:40:26
@wiktor:stratum0.orgwiktor adulau: you may want to send a message to sks-devel mailing list, people frequently ask for peers there: https://lists.nongnu.org/archive/html/sks-devel/2020-10/index.html 11:21:09
@adulau:matrix.circl.luadulau wiktor: I just did but it seems that the mail is pending to be delivered in the mailman. 11:24:46
@wiktor:stratum0.orgwiktormaybe it's moderated and need to be approved by human11:25:25
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@hunterg:matrix.orghuntergI have a question? Is it possible to encrypt and decrypt pgp on paper?22:49:33
@hunterg:matrix.orghuntergDoing it without a computer just with your head22:50:07
@porcospino:matrix.drycat.frporcospinoNo.23:14:05

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