asoliverez at kde.org
Wed Jan 9 14:33:08 UTC 2013
On Wed, Jan 9, 2013 at 10:39 AM, Allan <agander93 at gmail.com> wrote:
> You see, people already lost their private keys and also lost the data
>> they did not use the emergency key to encrypt their data in the first
> So that I am clear(er) now, do I take it that the user should have his
> file encrypted with the emergency key before the emergency actually occurs,
> but that this is not mandatory? Otherwise, should the user lose his key,
> then he is sunk. If so, then isn't that a bit risky. Would there be some
> penalty in having that built in?
> Or, am I adrift? Cristian's crossed email seems to reinforce my
> understanding, I think.
You are right. If you choose to encrypt your file, you should include the
emergency before the emergency takes place. There's no miracle, we cannot
help you if the KMyMoney is not included in the file.
We recommend it, but we do not include it by default as it's a privacy
issue. It has to be a choice of the user. After all, including the key
gives the key holders access to the file (should it reach their hands).
So, the mechanism is there, should you want to use it, but no "next,
default, next, next, ok". :)
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