At 12:09 11/12/94 -0500, Michael Richardson wrote:
> You can set no pass phrase. This depends on Unix file security
> keeping the secret key safe.
> There are three ways I can see one might want to use public key
> i) majordomo signs all messages
> ii) users encrypt all messages going in for majordomo, and
>majordomo decrypts and broadcasts.
> iii) users sign all messages and majordomo checks the signature.
Actually, what I'm most interested in at the moment is using PGP to
validate incoming commands sent by list managers ("approve" commands,
for example), although validating messages for postings would also be
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