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The idea of PFS is that not all keys are equal, when considering risks of ulterior theft. A private key stored in a file may be stolen afterwards, e.g. if the disk fails and is carelessly discarded. On the other hand, a key which resides in RAM only disappears when the machine is shut down or rebooted, and thus is unlikely to be recovered by an hostile ...



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