[Cryptography] Free eBook: "Decrypting the Encryption Debate" (Upon Registion)
grarpamp at gmail.com
Fri May 11 23:06:06 PDT 2018
> Seems they only spent about three pages on pt3,
> conveniently shorting that entire side of the "open"debate",
> and leaving out some related sections...
> "Information Privacy Needs of Free Human Beings"
> "Why Compelled Disclosure via Theft, Jail, Torture, and Murder is Immoral"
> "Options for Strongly Encrypting Plaintext"
> "Internet Kill Switch = Stone Age"
More typical debates for sake of debating...
Outside of internal use cases, say corporate role accounts,
strong crypto isn't going away until at minimum the internet
is turned off.
Don't be that retard coding / proselytizing / demanding / mandating
broken crypto for use by others anywhere else, not least of why
because that hole will eventually be twisted asymmetrically
upon you and yours by the former later.
Besides, tools are agnostic and are thus never the problem.
Here are some helpful URL's to find papers and
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