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Business vs CISPA & PGP Email

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Business vs CISPA & PGP Email

Post by Bunjie on Thu 03 May 2012, 9:01 am

Now I don't consider myself doing anything illegal, and neither would a normal business but using secure communications should be a must for anyone running a company right? I don't run a company yet but I'm working towards my own little start up brand just like everyone else does a home/hobby business, I'm serious about mine and it keeps me going, so that said:

I've switched to using PGP (pretty good privacy) along side my regular open to all email address to encrypt files and messages I'm working on and to receive encrypted messages and data from my partner, but I'm finding it a hassle with .tel to share the public key so others can email me encrypted messages that only I can read, I could share it as a simple file link but I don't find this a good solution as I'd prefer people could just copy it as necessary regardless of what client they use to view my .tel and some of us do use mobiles to send & receive email so if I ever need someone to send me an encrypted image, file or message it wont be easy vs mobile?

How ever when entering email address we can specify a set subject, content & other email addresses to be sent as a 'pre-set' message to me, so I got to thinking when I send a message with PGP it sends a copy of my public key in the body of the email as I had sent it to myself on another address just to check, so if I want someone to send me an encrypted email would I not expect that 'pgp key' to be 'in the body' of the email? if so I can add it with a pre-set message?

bunjie.pgp@furpunk.com?subject=A Secret Message for
bunjie.tel&body=I have something to tell you
&cc=anotheremailaddress@anotherdomain.com
&bcc=onemore@anotherdomain.com

How ever the .tel email section is so restrictive that we can't have very long body or subject content messages so people don't have to copy, paste or type it out themselves to replay to something securely, the most I can fit is this:

Code:
bunjie.pgp@furpunk.com?subject=Via%20bunjie.tel&body=-----BEGIN%20PGP%20PUBLIC%20KEY%20BLOCK-----%0AVersion%3A%20GnuPG%20v2.0.17%20(MingW32)%20%0A%0A%0A%0A%0A%0A%0A%0AmQENBE+gfwcBCACbW5TmDBxR5cWsSy7ozluFUBUa8QfBxAvycCnhsoCqWet9FzLw dJ4Xi3XBcyu2q58P

When I need this:

Code:
bunjie.pgp@furpunk.com?subject=Via%20bunjie.tel&body=-----BEGIN%20PGP%20PUBLIC%20KEY%20BLOCK-----%0AVersion%3A%20GnuPG%20v2.0.17%20(MingW32)%20%0A%0A%0A%0A%0A%0A%0A%0AmQENBE+gfwcBCACbW5TmDBxR5cWsSy7ozluFUBUa8QfBxAvycCnhsoCqWet9FzLw
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pojK9MPn17hrFhxRCAeXZxEllQv/+PMunLsWTX6FFKpUjEwxgdxt/1sLJR6qxvSF
6AlRbq1wqMMFEFPbSdJLQDcyrpI/m+E=
=cwS4%20-----END%20PGP%20PUBLIC%20KEY%20BLOCK-----

And looks like this when not encoded as a URL

Code:
-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: GnuPG v2.0.17 (MingW32)

mQENBE+gfwcBCACbW5TmDBxR5cWsSy7ozluFUBUa8QfBxAvycCnhsoCqWet9FzLw
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6AlRbq1wqMMFEFPbSdJLQDcyrpI/m+E=
=cwS4

-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----

As .tel is supposed to be a universal point of contact I really would like this way of sharing it asap in one click without cluttering up my whole .tel or making a specific sub domain page for it like this: http://pgp-key.for.bunjie.tel

If they can't increase the size allowance on email address content NOT THE INFO FOR IT, I wish they'd give us a drop down email section that's for hide 'sharing' PGP keys aka a small link at the right side of the tab that lets someone click to copy.

We have video and gallery's at telnames that use the drop down box to render it, like google maps so why not a pgp key drop down section that's both click to email and expand to 'grab/view key'?

All though I'd prefer they just increase the allowance on the email address record to incorporate PGP keys, and the control panel allows us to just paste them in and the CP checks, encodes and adds it to the expanded email address capacity and the proxy gives us a new icon for PGP secured email.

And as for CISPA for those of us who are smaller and not running our own email servers having data randomly handed over behind our backs is not what I want so PGP is a must for me to protect projects I'm working on that I don't want shared online by mistake or by some random hacker going after a CISPA storage server.

I also have no idea if this is how PGP works on mobiles as I don't have the capability to check other than wm6, I'll have look it up some more, either way I hope telnic can expand to sharing PGP keys because knowing a key is valid and who owns it is a .tel strength vs validation of .tel domain and their owners.

I'll need to do some more research on this, unless anyone knows the best way to share a key with a .tel? and have a mobile be actually able to encrypt it?

edit: maybe telnic can add an PGP email function to their app that picks up the key from the 'body' of the 'pre-set' message stored in a .tel email link and then use the open PGP software to encrypt the email?

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Re: Business vs CISPA & PGP Email

Post by Alex on Thu 03 May 2012, 9:33 am

Wow, super! I'm happy to have you here, Bunjie!

One big deficit of the internet today is that no comfortable solution for secure e-mails exists. Only advanced users are using them, but dummy users are overwhelmed with it.

If .tel would be able to offer an easy way of implementation secure e-mail applications directly into .tel domains, this could be a crucial sales argument to everyone.


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Re: Business vs CISPA & PGP Email

Post by Artaban on Mon 07 May 2012, 1:30 pm

A very advanced topic for me, but it really sounds an outstanding thing!

Good luck with your idea!


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