GnuPG 'Lottery' - 'fun' with 256 bit keys
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Mon Nov 9 13:06:31 PST 2020
On Mon, Nov 9, 2020 at 8:54 PM Karl <gmkarl at gmail.com> wrote:
> I made an ascii private key once and sent money to it. The money was
> withdrawn by someone else instantly.
I also read recently that pretty high BTC funds 'changed' it's owner.
> Hi Stefan Class,
> On Mon, Nov 9, 2020 at 3:44 PM Stefan Claas
> <spam.trap.mailing.lists at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Regards
> > Stefan
> I'm just an exotic troll, but I wanted to share with you that I
> believe it is dangerous to reveal your legal name. I believe we need
> to set a norm of everyone using pseudonymous identities, and accessing
> networks via more difficult-to-identify means.
> The reason is that there are a wide variety of community groups right
> now, looking for ways to break up and add stress to other community
> groups. If random people can't associate your name with things as
> easily, you, your community, and your work, are safer.
> What are your thoughts?
Well, my thoughts are (I remember the old Usenet days when cypherpunks
used all their real names) if I would start to use now a pseudonym 3rd parties,
trained in that area, could easily identify me with the help of software, when
collecting threads from various places where cypherpunks, activists etc.
post on public places. And in case I would start now (here) under another
identity it would be super hard for me to write under a second persona.
But in general you are right, people should do that and public places like
Mailing Lists should also support injecting messages, via whitelisted
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