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+ - PGP for HTTP: The death of phishing and mitm?

Mike Haningth writes: I was reading an interview published in the Free Software Magazine about Enigform. Author claims that signed http requests can stop man in the middle and phishing. So far, it looks to be a firefox extension using gnupg, and an apache module for the server-side. I think it is quite cool! (resubmitted to Index instead of Askslashdot)

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