[Enigmail] Paste passphrase from clipboard into pinentry dialogbox

Samir Nassar samir at samirnassar.com
Sun Mar 29 11:32:54 CEST 2015

On Sunday, March 29, 2015 10:26:53 AM Anne Wilson wrote:
> Personally I prefer my
> password to be reference to a book - and you haven't a snowball in
> hell's chance of knowing which book or what reference to it :-)  I
> doubt if even my closest family would guess the book.

You might be wrong, you might be right, at most you are right for the 
situation you live in.

Part of the discussion happening here is about general principles that cover 
cases where the risk is assessed to be adversaries who are making trillion 
guesses per second.
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