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Re: [O] org-crypt: Secure encrypted message against inadvertent change

From: gershman
Subject: Re: [O] org-crypt: Secure encrypted message against inadvertent change
Date: Sun, 23 Aug 2015 15:32:52 -0700
User-agent: K-9 Mail for Android

If it helps, though aside from the question, all GPG lines (except the last 2) 
are 64 chars(if memory serves).  A little scripting and decryption should be 
plausible (possible in reasonable time), especially if chars were only added 
and not deleted/changed.

On August 23, 2015 2:31:26 PM PDT, AW <address@hidden> wrote:
>I'm using org-crypt. All text below a heading with the tag :crypt:
>encrypted with saving the file and looks like this:
>Version: GnuPG v2
>-----END PGP MESSAGE-----
>I really hope this example will not irritate your email software.
>My notebook has one of those large touchpads and once in a while I hit
>it and 
>go on with typing, but the cursor shifted to text somewhere else and
>adding letters to a completely different paragraph, before I notice and
>correct it.
>Well, this evening I added some letters inadvertently inside a PGP
>because the touchpad shifted to cursor to an encrypted paragraph. If I
>the file, the encrypted paragraph would have become un-decryptable (I
>this: decrypting no longer is possible).
>Unfortunately I won't always realise what happened, e.g. if I don't
>while dictating into a speech recognition (Dragon Nat. Speak.).
>And the encrypted parts are not needed often. So the destroyed PGP
>might make it into my backups and if I try to encrypt it a year
>Why isn't the text between 
>-----END PGP MESSAGE-----
>read-only as a default ?
>Really, an inadvertent change can destroy valuable information and it i

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