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Re: What kind of security matters



On Fri, Feb 17, 2017 at 10:47:15AM +1000, James A. Donald wrote:
> It is unlikely that Trump would manage his own public keys - and he cannot
> trust the white house staff and government security people to manage them
> for him.  It is even more unlikely that Podesta would manage his own public
> keys.  So we need a security mechanism for the masses, a security mechanism
> that even the Chairman of the Board can use, a security mechanism suitable
> for everyone in the world, a security mechanism that requires zero clicks.

Ack.

IPSEC was in principle the right approach in so far as "pre-emptive" or
opportunistic "link" encryption (i.e., your communication channel, by
default - as you say, zero clicks).