dave.smith at st.com
Thu May 14 12:36:37 CEST 2009
On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 05:17:29PM +0100, Rai, Jake wrote:
> Hoping you could help me.
> Could you provide me with a link for a GUI version of GNUPG.
> We are looking to decrypt gpg files received using key authentication.
You appear to be describing GPA:
Some friendly advice:
1. Be a bit more descriptive with your subject line. "Help!" doesn't
really give any clue what you're after, and some people will just
ignore that sort of mail.
2. Learn to ask "smart questions". Include useful information - e.g.
in this case, it would be useful to know what Operating System
you're running (Windows (version?), Linux, Mac OSX).
More info: http://catb.org/esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
3. Huge disclaimers like this one have virtually no legal merit and
just annoy people by wasting bandwidth and disk space. In the "old
days of the Internet", a 4-line, 72 characters per line signature
was gnenerally considered to be an acceptable limit.
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