GNUPG FOR WINDOWS WITH GUI
Sat May 24 18:41:02 2003
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On Saturday 24 May 2003 09:34, you scribbled:
> On Sat, 24 May 2003 01:02:07 -0500, John B said:
> > Or, PGP 6.5.8 can still be had for free (and has PGP VPN also in it),
> > works
> However, that version is not OpenPGP compliant and has some annoting
> bugs. For example it can't verify a signature made by a subkey.
I don't think that's correct. I had my ex-girlfriend install it on her XP=
box, while I use Linux with kgpg and/or GPA, and we were able to=20
encrypt/decrypt/whatever back and forth all we wanted to. I also never=20
noticed any problems with it while I was still using windoze, no 'bugs' eve=
seemed to bother me any.
As for the sub-key thing, I have no clue. I just used a single generated=
pair, and that was it, same as now with gpg. YMMV of course, but for the=20
everyday plain 'Joe', 6.5.8 is just fine IMO, and it *does* work with=20
I don't know about the VPN part either, since I never used it, I just=20
mentioned that it had it in it, that's all. One can always use a different=
VPN anyway and still use pgp as their main encryption/keyring/gui.
"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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