Re: [perpass] (Possibly Dumb) EMail Security Idea

"Russ White" <russw@riw.us> Thu, 05 September 2013 11:10 UTC

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Subject: Re: [perpass] (Possibly Dumb) EMail Security Idea
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> Agreed. What's not clear to me though, is whether and how the IETF could
> help with such efforts. (Same for Tor related work.) If there are specific
> things the IETF could do to help make those kinds of things better then
that'd
> be very interesting to know about.

Building a new bitorrent like protocol as an email transport? 

Russ