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Demonstration of CT-Mail

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CT-Mail is a Thunderbird extension and server software which allows users to send and receive encrypted mail without having to understand public keys and certificates. By using certificate issuance and revocation transparency, a key server can prove to a mail client that a given key is the current key for a given user.

We will briefly explain the concepts, and invite you to participate in a demo. For this demo, we suggest:

  • you bring your Linux or Mac OS X laptop with Thunderbird version >= 30 already installed, and with an email account already set up.
  • during the demo, we will invite you to install the CT-Mail Thunderbird extension. You would have to temporarily disable enigmail if you have that installed.
  • You will send and receive encrypted mail with others in the room.

This talk is part of the Computer Security Seminars series.

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