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[liberationtech] Fwd: Firefox OS with built in support for OpenPGP encryption

Fabio Pietrosanti (naif) lists at infosecurity.ch
Sun Sep 8 15:56:20 PDT 2013


I forward this inquiry to Liberation Tech, considering the very good
impact it will have in the near future.

Fabio
-------- Messaggio originale --------
Oggetto: 	Firefox OS with built in support for OpenPGP encryption
Data: 	Mon, 9 Sep 2013 00:09:39 +0200
Mittente: 	Alex (OpenPGP.js) <alex at openpgpjs.org>
A: 	OpenPGP.js Mailinglist <list at openpgpjs.org>
CC: 	Martin.Kurze at telekom.de, "K.Thier at telekom.de" <K.Thier at telekom.de>,
cr at mozilla.com



Dear OpenPGP.js community & friends (in BCC),

I recently had a short meeting with Deutsche Telekom and Mozilla in Berlin. They are currently collaborating in order to enhance the security & privacy of smartphone users utilizing Firefox OS (FFOS). The initiative is also open for cooperation or partnering with other organizations and projects.  In this context, one dedicated very valuable feature is built in support for OpenPGP encryption (e.g. based on the OpenPGP.js library). Anybody who is interested in contributing this functionality to FFOS is welcome to get in contact with the project.

Firefox OS (FFOS) is a new open source operating system for smartphones and tablets. It is based on Linux and Mozillas Gecko rendering engine and provides open Web APIs that allow to run full featured web applications based on HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript.
More information on FFOS development can be found under https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/Firefox_OS .

For further information and contacts with Deutsche Telekom, please feel free to contact the project lead, Dr. Martin Kurze (in CC), Telekom Innovation Laboratories.

Best regards, Alex

-- 
http://openpgpjs.org



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