Can you unlock sent messages ?? Somehow ??
Fri Jul 18 11:46:43 2003
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On 8442 day of my life David Shaw wrote:
> In short, without the key, you can't decrypt.
Even worse: without recipient key.
> What are you trying to do here? If the concern is that you want to
> use encryption, but you want the company to be able to decrypt as
> well, there are solutions for that. See "encrypt-to" in the manual.
Can I manipulate PGP packets after encryption and create such message,
that if one recipient decrypts it, he sees "Happy birthday", and if
second recipient decrypts it, he sees "Private message"? So, user
will be able to hide information from corporation anyway :)
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