[lists] re: Signing vs. encrypting was: Cipher v public key
tmz at pobox.com
Sun Jun 4 19:31:43 CEST 2006
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> On Thu, 01 Jun 2006 11:33:14 -0400 <vedaal at hush.com> wrote:
>> the cost is *astronomical*
>> have played around with it when it was released as a free command
>> line pgp 8.5 beta
> AFAIK this is the latest PGP command line version available - except
> for server based systems, which is why the cost is *astronomical*.
PGP Commandline 9.0 is what I saw reference to.
> When Network Associates sold the rights to PGP to PGP Corporation,
> they kept the rights to the command line version, and unless things
> have changed this is why PGP Corporation don't offer it.
I believe it has. See:
And the cost is astronomical, IMO. The quote from their store:
PGP Commandline 9.0, Perpetual License W/ SI - 2 Processors, 1
Key, Send and Receive Functionality
$3,170.00 QTY: 1
> But why bother when there is GPG?
No argument there. :)
Todd OpenPGP -> KeyID: 0xD654075A | URL: www.pobox.com/~tmz/pgp
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