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@@ -8,13 +8,13 @@ Kindi lets you encrypt files that only the recipient you specify can decrypt (al
It uses public key encryption to achieve this. Unlike other public key infrastructures it doesn't need certificate authorities or certificate signing parties. It's much simpler to use. It doesn't require users to manage certificates and keychains.
-Kindi's premise is that authentication with Google Gmail is good enough to prove somebody's identity, so Kindi generates self-signed certificates that are stored in as PNG images in special public Picasaweb albums.
+Kindi's premise is that authentication with Google Gmail is good enough to prove somebody's identity, so Kindi generates self-signed certificates that are stored as PNG images in special public Picasaweb albums.
Users authenticate themselves with OAuth for Kindi, so they don't reveal their Gmail credentials to Kindi.
Private keys generated by Kindi always stay on the local machine and only the certificates with the public keys get uploaded to Picasaweb.
-Communication between Kindi and Picasaweb app is over SSL.
+Communication between Kindi and Picasaweb is over SSL.
Why ?
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