A Conversation for Public Key Cryptography in Today's Communication
iaoth Started conversation Jun 26, 2001
I'm surprised that the moderators didn't remove the encrypted message. Who knows, it might contain nasty expletives. 20,000 years from now, someone will crack the code and then probably sue the BBC.
Silly Willy Posted Jun 27, 2001
Is anyone actually going to tell us what it says?
Martin Harper Posted Jun 27, 2001
Jeremy (trying to find his way back to dinner) Posted Jun 27, 2001
I *should* be able to tell you what it was, but unfortunately I used a temporary PGP installation to create that bit. The keys that were used are down and out, absolutely obsolete.
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