OpenPGP

No, PGP is not broken, not even with the Efail vulnerabilities (2. Hacker News Forum)

2018/05: Reaction to the Prontomail article "No, PGP is not broken, not even with the Efail vulnerabilities" (artifact available) on Hacker News forum : https://cva.unifr.ch/content/no-...Read more

Negociation as a drawback?

The authors make a bold statement:

If we've learned 3 important things about cryptography design in the last 20 years, at least 2 of them are that negotiation and compatibility

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Interview of Hernâni Marques : Privatsphäre ohne Zutun (Heise magazine article)

2018: Interview of the activist Hernâni Marques about the project "pretty easy privacy" (PEP)Read more

Encryption? This time it'll be usable, Thunderbird promises (The Register article)

2019/01/04: Article on the developpement of Encryption by ThunderbirdRead more

Valsorda's reasons to abandon the idea of long term PGP keys

  • "First, there's the adoption issue others talked aboutextensively. I get at most 2 encrypted emails a year."
  • "Then, there's the UX problem. Easy crippling mistakes.Messy keyserver
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Efail or OpenPGP is safer than S/MIME (W. Koch email)

2018/05/14: Werner Koch statement on EFAIL vulnerabilities concerning OpenPGP and S/MIME encrypted emailRead more

6/12/2016 - Filippo Valsorda: "I'm giving up on PGP"

2016/12/06: 

Filippo Valsorda's post on the reasons why he decided to dive up on PGP. Among these reasons, we find the lack of people actually using PGP, the usability of the software programs, and, above all, the security of the long term key.
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Encrypted Email Has a Major, Divisive Flaw (Wired article)

2018/05/14: Article on the story of the EFAIL vulnerabilities concerning OpenPGP and S/MIME encrypted emailRead more

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