Enquiries about GnuPG
Robert J. Hansen
rjh at sixdemonbag.org
Wed Mar 2 21:06:04 CET 2011
> 1. the functionality of the software
It implements RFC4880. All MUST functions, as well as the overwhelming
majority of SHOULDs (perhaps all!), are supported.
> 2. the licensing structure(s) of the software and
> associated prices for licensing
GNU GPL v3. How much it costs depends on from whom you buy it. You can
get it for free from many sources.
> 3. the hardware, software and other requirements for
> implementation of the software
Most UNIXes and Win32. If it follows POSIX, GnuPG can probably be
> 4. the implementation procedure of the software
I don't understand the question.
> 5. The cost for the software, and any other additional
> cost(s) including support maintenance and upgrade fees.
Depends on from whom you buy it, and/or from whom you buy support. As
mentioned above, you can get it for free from many sources.
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