CNN on PGP and alternatives

A Guy Called Tyketto
Mon Apr 22 04:51:01 2002

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On Sun, Apr 21, 2002 at 10:20:57PM -0400, Anthony E. Greene wrote:
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> On Sun, Apr 21, 2002 at 08:54:38PM -0400, Brad Tilley wrote:
> >I think gpg works well with email on Linux. I use it daily with KDE and
> >Evolution, and the encryption it provides is almost transparent with
> >either of these clients. I wish that there were more options for
> >encrypting local files and directories through gpg, but I think one day
> >there will be.=20
> It also integrates well with mutt and pine. It would be nice if you could
> right-click on a file in your file manager and have GPG encrypt be one of
> the options for all non-GPG files. GPG decrypt/verify would be an option
> for any file with a GPG MIME type.

        Let's also not forget newsreaders as well. Tin and (I believe) slrn=
have support for GnuPG. Tin has it as a configurable option at compile time=
GnuPG is a more operable and integral piece of work, than most people make =
out to be. ;)

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