Mozilla, License (again), PPG, GPGME

Werner Koch wk at
Thu Mar 21 11:44:01 CET 2002

On Wed, 20 Mar 2002 12:28:33 -0700, R Saravanan said:

> command-line PGP or GPG; hence no license issues. This seems to work
> fine for encryption/decryption/verification etc. although it could be
> cumbersome for key management, which Enigmail doesn't really do at the

Better leave this task for other utilities, seahorse, Geheimnis, WinPT
or whatever.

> executable! Additional insecurities introduced by Enigmail mostly have
> to with obtaining and caching the passphrase. Enigmail has a

Don't put too much work into this.  gpg 1.0.7 (1.0.6d already has
this) will be able to use the private key framework of aegyptne
(ie. gpg-agent and pinentry) and thus an application does not need to
take car of this.



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