Bill Stewart wrote:
Surely you're not planning to FAX your keys in these days of Email?!
Actually, yes :-) I see a world of lawyers with printed paper contracts
with embedded cleartext signatures, which they can fax around, then scan
in and run through pgp as soon as they need to check the signature. One
would like to get them to use email, but...
<Somebody> in <some strange place> has a plan to sell <something> as
paper documents with ascii armoured messages on them, which users scan
in, and use pgp to convert into something useful, and then mail them
<somewhere>. The reasons for this application are quite amusing...
FP: 1189 4417 F202 5DBD 5DF3 4FCD 3685 FDDE on pgp.com