[cryptography] PKI "fixes" that don't fix PKI (part III)
James A. Donald
jamesd at echeque.com
Sat Sep 10 19:13:58 EDT 2011
>> This makes no sense whatsoever. Credit card numbers are *universally*
>> encrypted; of course there's no interception of them.
> There's a fair amount of low-level ecommerce by e-mail. They don't
> seem to be intercepted there, either.
I notice that credit card information is selling in bulk at absurdly low
prices. Someone is getting masses of credit cards somehow.
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