What is the minimum knowledge to use gpg?
Tue Jun 10 23:36:02 2003
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On Tuesday 10 June 2003 13:34, hugo vanwoerkom wrote:
> I have 2 problems:
> 1. I want to communicate with 2 users who are not
> programmers and know nothing of gpg or security.
> One on Linux, one on Windows. I want to simply
> show them how to verify that one of us personally
> signed an email message, without having to revert
> to a fax to send a signed piece of paper.
> Is there a place that would tell them what to do,
> 1.2.3 that is foolproof? BTW. I don't find the
> Gnupg info straightforward at all, it takes a
> major effort to master it, for programmer types.
There are a good number of gui's that Linux users can use for gpg, and fo=
the windows users, I'd recommend pgp 6.5.8 which is free and IIRR, also com=
with a very nice guide to pgp and its uses. (I perfer kgpg or gpa personall=
and rarely use the command line)
"You will bring ussss.....A SHRUBBERY!"
These guys looked dangerous...and hungry,
so to placate them until I found a shrubber,
I fed them an MSN butterfly. They dined
quite happily it seemed.
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