What exactly was belligerent about my response?
My own servers are pretty vulnerable. I really don't have anything to hide and I don't make a lot of effort to hide them. If the NSA wanted the contents of my servers, I'm not saying they would, but if they did. They wouldn't even have to mess with hacking me. They'd just go directly to the hosting company.
The following is copied and pasted right from the test form on the page I posted. http://jerrywickey.c...rrysLibrary.php
&testName=jerry&testPass=password&testComment=my comments on this matter
This message was encrypted before being sent. This is the encrypted message which the server received:
You aren't really tell us that you or the NSA could decrypt that? Are you? That is encrypted with a 1045 bit key. A key which did not pass between the client and server at any time.
The point is not to secure the servers. It is to make encryption valuable. Currently only important docs are encrypted. This means that if the NSA or anyone else knows exactly which docs people want to keep secret. They might be able to decrypt some of them, but only because they can dedicate all their computing resources to those few docs.
Encrypt everything, then ANYONE wishing to spy must decrypt everything just to know what is important and what is not.
This is the point and I want to encourage programmers to do this and I want to make it easier for them to do it.
Don't you agree with this?
Edited by jerrywickey, 11 February 2014 - 06:23 AM.