How can I set up a test encrypted "chat" with GnuTLS, equivalent to the OpenSSL s_client and s_server using GPG credentials? I would like to tell GnuTLS-serv and -cli to use keys generated with GPG ...
Would PGP/GPG have been a better choice than SSL for browsers and http servers to encrypt traffic? [closed]
I was curious recently when I heard that SSL had supposedly been broken by a certain rogue government agency, why SSL was chosen in the first place. Could it be that PGP would have been a more secure ...
I have an unlocked but not rooted Android device (Nexus 7 2013 WiFi "flo", legitimately unlocked using fastboot oem unlock from an x86 computer). Neither adb root nor adb shell followed by su let me ...
I am having a thought experiment. Can you help me? Two clients who both use PGP. They initiate a WebRTC call using DTLS-SRTP via a 3rd party server. Is there any benefit of encrypting, via their ...
What can a web application developer do to protect user information from powerful adversaries like the NSA or China
Some well funded intelligence services with potentially untrustworthy employees intercept and store encrypted data for years, in hopes of cracking it with future technology. What can I do to make this ...
I'm a bit confused with some different network security techniques. Say we want a secure communication with a particular mail server in a remote company network. Reading and sending mails should be ...
Maybe it depends on the keyserver. Does that pose privacy issues?
When you retrieve someone's information from a keyserver to add him to your pgp keyring, that is made through unencrypted keyservers, unless the user uploaded it to https://keyserver.pgp.com/. Even ...
Apart from the lack of native Oultook support, why should one prefer S/MIME over PGP/MIME for email?
From my (still quite subjective) point of view, GnuPG/PGP is superior to SSL (or more specifically, PGP/MIME over S/MIME; maybe in other areas SSL is the better choice), e.g. due to the support of ...