Re: Digital ID, encryption to help prevent e-mail dissemination by worm ?

From: Michel Gallant (
Date: 06/13/03

Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2003 10:19:56 -0400

"Vizvary Istvan III" <> wrote in message
> This is because encrypted content is not any safer than plain content
> when all the secrets are easily accessible. That is why credentials
> protection
> must be a part of a security policy. And security policy is what this
> thread is really about.
Only partly, if you read the OP, second question:
"Also, I have heard from many people that digital ID, signature and
 encryption are considered cumbersome these days. I'd appreciate if you could
 advise on how effective confidential e-mails could be handled these days."

 - Mitch