There are a couple of replacements for the AT&T pathserver out there. So here’s another one.
It finds all the shortest keys between two keys, and presents them as
a PNG image. Additionally, it can generate a little bit of statistics
about keys and the whole web. Continue reading
Originally posted by me on GnuPG-Users mailing list.
Legend (thanks to [email@example.com]):
Gray: No information on server type
Blue: Servers that have forwarded information to RedIris, pkcd
Red: LDAP servers at NAI/PGP Inc. Continue reading
For more information make sure you visit http://enigmail.mozdev.org Continue reading
Un extrait: “Identity management and service authorization remain two of the biggest hurdles in shifting from a traditional application security model to what’s needed for securing XML-based Web services, according to an IT executive at American-Express Co.” Continue reading
A New Internet-Draft for the OpenPGP Message Format is available from the on-line Internet-Drafts directories. This draft is a work item of the An Open Specification for Pretty Good Privacy Working Group of the IETF. Continue reading
I have published a new revised spanish version of Phil Zimmerman’s text on why we need to protect our information. This includes an update on the recent Patriot Act II proposed legislation. Continue reading
Hoy aparece en diario El País de Cali, Colombia, un artículo sobre la seguridad en el correo electrónico, que escribí como columnista invitado. Estoy en Cali dictando una serie de cursos y conferencias sobre OpenPGP y la seguridad de envío y almacenamiento de datos, por medio de criptografía. Continue reading
The new Ferrari of wireless networking has just hit the market, driving techies mad with the promise of more speed than even they can handle. The new system, which can zip music files between computers and let laptop users surf the Web from coffee shops at never-before-seen speeds, is actually too fast for average users, since the Internet suffers from other bottlenecks, but that does not slow down enthusiasts.