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[liberationtech] CryptoParty Handbook

Greg Norcie greg at norcie.com
Sun Oct 7 13:53:59 PDT 2012


Any book written by non-experts about something as complicated as crypto
will have imperfections.

But sometimes security researchers become paralyzed with the need for
something to be perfect. You need to look at it from a public health
perspective.

The handbook is not perfect by any means, but someone using it is
probably better off than if they were simply going in blind.
--
Greg Norcie (greg at norcie.com)
GPG key: 0x1B873635

On 10/7/12 3:45 PM, Alec Muffett wrote:
> 
>     Would love to hear why.
> 
> 
> On behalf of all of us who suffered quietly through the Cryptocat
> journobitchfest, might I please just beg, "no, or at least not on this
> list"?
> 
> I went to the London crypto party, I've met some of the people, I have
> opinions upon which I am sitting until the enthusiasm wanes a bit and
> folk are less defensive; and then I will blog them, and the discussion
> can happen in the blogosphere.
> 
> Perhaps I am wrong, perhaps everyone does want to listen in on
> discussion of a book.
> 
> Perhaps the book is liberation-related technology.
> 
> Discussion of it will likely be hot air, however, especially since the
> authors themselves claim it is a moving target.
> 
>     - alec
> 
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> 
> 
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