Article on PGP uses Gnupg :)

David Shaw
Fri Jan 10 00:46:02 2003

On Fri, Jan 10, 2003 at 01:09:43AM +0200, Charly Avital wrote:
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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...
> >
> >

> This was reported and commented in, in a
> thread starting with RJ Marquette's post of 12/21/02.

Yes, that's where I saw it.

> The JPEG image in the article shows an encrypted message, in a
> message form of GPGMail.
> That's Apple's Corthesy's PGP plug-in, under Mac
> OS X. St=E9phane Corth=E9sy's plug-in interfaces with MacGPG
> (GnuPG for Mac).
> =20
> 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.

I wonder what the message is...


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