GNUPG / PGP / Java /

L. Sassaman
Wed, 17 Jan 2001 00:11:29 -0800 (PST)

On Mon, 15 Jan 2001, Anthony E . Greene wrote:

> Your key is accessible to Hushmail, making the entire exercise a waste of
> time for most of the user who would use such a service. Their passphrase
> would likely be vulnerable to dictionary attack.
Pick a good passphrase.
> >* To what extent is GNUPG based on the GPL sources of PGP 2.6.x?
> There are no GPL versions of PGP.
PGP 1.0 was GPL'd.
> >* Is there a free version of PGP for business use (considering that the RSA
> >patent expired)?
> No.
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