effects and incompatibilities between GPG1.0.6 and PGP CKT 06
Sun Jul 8 13:08:01 2001
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Hi there, Florian Weimer,
On 08 July 2001, I received the following message from you regarding
"effects and incompatibilities between GPG1.0.6 and PGP CKT 06"
> > Attention: It is the PGP CKT version from Imad R. Faiad, not the NAI PGP.
> So why is he using the PGP trademark? This is quite confusing.
The Cyber Knights Templar (CKT) builds have been produced with NAI's
knowledge and I assume their permission from PGP 5.x and they even
have a version of PGP 2.6.x.
They take the NAI published source code and recompile it with
enhancements. In fact, this is what happened with virtually all
international versions of PGP, so I would now guess that PGP is a
generic term. Surely the trademark applies to the various flavours of
As far as PGP 6.5.8ckt Build 6 is concerned, it is free for private
use, comes with an enhanced version of PGPdisk, and a version of
Samopal's PGP-ICQ that is linked to the binary of the build AND full
source code has been issued. It runs faster than the old NAI PGP
6.5.8, is compatible with GnuPG keys (which the old NAI PGP was not)
and most of all, it is supported, whereas the NAI version has been
abandoned by NAI.
Please use my PGP/GnuPG Key ID: 0xE935DB9D
Written on 08 July 2001 11:51:56
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