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Cake day: eka. 01, 2020


Marketing speak bends the truth? Say it ain’t so!

and this requires devices to exchange the shared private key which is inherently risky.

There is some risk, sure. I don’t see how this would be any more risky than a TLS exchange. Obviously the exchange can be implemented badly, but if done correctly it seems like it would work with certs and send the key encrypted.

I think the bigger risk is the key sitting at rest on multiple devices, some of which are easily lost (cell phones) and could then compromise an account.