jonfarmer at enta.net
Thu Aug 12 12:16:02 BST 2004
Peter Cannon wrote:
> Without falling out with you your argument doesn't stand up.
> 1. Why on earth would someone send a stolen or faked passport? The point is,
> to gain that type of signature you will have had to supply documents, most
> people know you will have had to supply documents (genuine, faked, stolen or
> forged) and therefore the trust level is stronger than a signature you have
> written out yourself. its like me saying I'm worth 4 million quid you
> wouldn't believe me until you saw a bank statement.
Someone would send a stolen or fake passport to misappropriate a digital
> Woh! Web? Trust? I trust nothing web wise, Viruses, spiders, scripts, addware,
> rouge sites, blah blah blah!
PGP's web of trust is nothing at all to do with WWW, World Wide Web or
the internet come to mention it.
> The WWW is the best market for malicious evil individuals they can be anyone
> anywhere and you wouldn't have a clue.
Hence the need for PGP's web of trust.
> I thought we promoted OPEN, FREE ideals? this smacks of closed selectiveness,
> no key, no entrance. Looks like I'll be locked out then, :-)
Not at all. I would respectfully suggest you do not understand what the
PGP web of trust is or the idea behind key signing parties.
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