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- Alan J Rosenthal
June 15, 2007, 5:02 pm
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The only reason it's "more secure" is because it requires the password to
be typed. Any mechanism for getting around this requirement constitutes
lowering the security so as to be identical. I agree with lowering the
security in this way, and I recommend doing so in the standard way, by
using your method #2 (empty passphrase).
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