discussion on Nanonote use cases
wijnen at debian.org
Fri Dec 11 02:23:00 EST 2009
I'd be interested in a featureful gpg-keystore. The device should look
like a cardreader, and be able to sign and encrypt things. However, the
user must be able to see what is actually signed or encrypted. This
blocks an attack that a vulnerable computer can do to use the card to
sign or encrypt things which weren't requested of it.
For this, I think my kernel would be best, because (when it's finished)
it offers much better security than Linux ever will (unless it is
On Sun, Dec 06, 2009 at 05:27:02PM -0800, Ron K. Jeffries wrote:
> While I am a big supporter of Nanonote, none of us should
> be confused about what a challenge it will be to sell a large
> enough volume to make manufacturing Nanonotes
> commercially viable.
> So, I am interested in leading or participating in a focused
> discussion of use cases for the Nanonote.
> If people think the mail list is adequate for this discussion
> that's fine. I guess it might also be done using the wiki.
> Ron K. Jeffries
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