Re: spam closes Debian bugs!
"Julian Mehnle" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Since when are plugged USB keys automatically shared throughout the
> network? And since when can you not encrypt your private key with a
> passphrase? Don't tell me the computer you store your private key on
> has no network/internet access.
You don't understand. The point is about managing bugs from just about
any Internet-connected computer. Using your GPG key on such a computer
is very dangerous. This is indeed one of the best ways to have it
The password doesn't protect it, by the way. If you want to do something
with a bug, you'll have to type the password. On a cracked computer,
this means giving the password to the attacker.
[ For the rest of your message: please learn to wrap. ]