where to start?
faramir.cl at gmail.com
Thu Feb 12 19:26:20 CET 2009
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Robert J. Hansen escribió:
> Please -- just Rob. I go by "Robert J. Hansen" professionally, to
> reduce confusion with some other people in the security community who
> are named Robert Hansen. But everybody just calls me Rob.
Ok Rob, I'll remember that ;)
> Faramir, while I don't disagree with anything you're saying, I think it
> might be a good idea to let the new guy drink at his own pace instead of
> hitting him with the fire hose. :)
Yes, you are right... I was intending to provide a few hints about
what to install, and what to read in order to be able to "start playing"
with gpg... and before I realized, I had written a long and confusing
message... I think this could be related to the fact most of my friends
have refused to even think about using gpg... probably I scared them to
death when I talked about it... (sigh).
By the way, when you said GPG supports both OpenPGP and S/MIME, you
was talking about GPG2, right? (I mean, for the S/MIME part).
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