L. Sassaman
Tue, 4 Apr 2000 22:42:43 -0700 (PDT)

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No, you can't do this. I would doubt that it would happen in the future,
as I think Werner has stated in the past that he wishes to keep gpg a pure
implementation of RFC 2440 and leave unrelated tasks (such as file wiping
and VPN systems) to other programs specialized to do that.

Of course, I'm not Werner, so I have no idea what his plans are at

- --Len.

On 4 Apr 2000, John Saylor wrote:

> Hi
> I know that you can use PGPnet to connect to a VPN box using
> IPsec. I'm not so sure you can do the same thing with gpg. Has anyone
> tried this? Does anyone know if this kind of support is planned in the
> future? Is it even on the radar?
> Thanks loads.
> --
> \js
> I wonder if I should put myself in ESCROW!!
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