Article on PGP uses Gnupg :)
Fri Jan 10 00:08:05 2003
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At 5:24 PM -0500 1/9/03, David Shaw wrote:
>This is sort of funny.
>Popular Mechanics recently ran an article about email encryption and
>PGP. It's a decent introduction for newcomers to encryption.
>However, even though they are talking about PGP, the screen shots
>within the article are showing GnuPG messages...
> David Shaw | firstname.lastname@example.org | WWW http://www.jabberwocky.com/
This was reported and commented in email@example.com, in a thread starting with RJ Marquette's post of 12/21/02.
The JPEG image in the article shows an encrypted message, in a message form of GPGMail.
That's Apple's Mail.app+Stéphane Corthesy's PGP plug-in, under Mac OS X. Stéphane Corthésy's plug-in interfaces Mail.app with MacGPG (GnuPG for Mac).
The Key ID at the bottom of the encrypted text is real, and the key's uids include the name shown under it, in the picture.
Version is GnuPG 1.0.7 (Darwin).
In PGP 8.0 for Mac OS X, the Credits scroll screen shows thanks for Stéphane Corthésy.
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Version: GnuPG v1.2.1 (Darwin)
Comment: GnuPG for Privacy
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