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Comment: Re:Telegraph: They don't tap than service! (Score 3, Insightful) 505

by orkim (#44480185) Attached to: Snowden and the Fate of the Internet As a Global Network

I would assume you meant to say 'sign with your private key'. As noted above, encrypting with the private key so everyone can decrypt it would be pointless. However, if it was signed, it still serves are purpose as you could be ensured of the author of the message.

If you really wanted to encrypt the content of the message between parties you would always use their public key to encrypt, then only they could decrypt with their private key.

Comment: Re:Snail Mail Analogy (Score 1) 294

by orkim (#27816195) Attached to: Torpig Botnet Hijacked and Dissected

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Apple Promises Mother Lode to Billionth App Downloader 119

Posted by ScuttleMonkey
from the awww-twenty-dollars-i-wanted-a-peanut dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Apple has posted a counter of App Store downloads as they approach one billion downloads. The lucky billionth downloader gets to walk away with a stash consisting of a MacBook Pro, 32GB iPod Touch, Time Capsule and $10,000 iTunes gift certificate. The App Store now has over 30,000 applications."
Transportation

+ - Tata Set to Launch World's Cheapest Car

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theodp
theodp writes "Ready for one-automobile-per-child (OAPC)? India's giant Tata Group is on the verge of launching the world's cheapest car. The People's Car, slated to be unveiled January 10th at a New Delhi auto show, will carry a sticker price of 100,000 rupees ($2,500), which some analysts say could revolutionize automobile costs worldwide. The cheap car, a pet project of Cornell-trained architect Ratan Tata that he helped design, is aimed at improving driving safety by getting India's masses off their motorbikes and into cars."

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