[cryptography] crypto.cat

Jacob Taylor orangewinds at gmail.com
Sat Mar 31 13:49:45 EDT 2012


It seems that isn't true:
https://crypto.cat/about/spec-rev1.2c.pdf
(Section 6 in particular)

Nadim's response via twitter (until he can get the list working)
https://twitter.com/#!/kaepora/status/186130431048036352

"Just subscribed, can't seem to reply. It does actually have
authentication via fingerprints:
https://crypto.cat/about/spec-rev1.2c.pdf"


On Sat, 2012-03-31 at 15:02 +0000, natanael.l at gmail.com wrote: 
> It seems to lack verification and authorization = easy to MITM.
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> 2012-03-31 15:49 skrev Mario Contestabile:
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> You guys have any cypherpunk opinions on https://crypto.cat/ ?
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> It's a "secure" online communication tool, apparently used by
> Anonymous.
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> It was developed by Nadim Kobeissi, (yet another Montrealer).
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> Mario
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