A PC user unfamiliar with any free software would like to send me messages that only we can read. Now what do I do?]
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Fri Apr 5 09:20:32 CEST 2013
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On 2013-04-05 05:23, Don Saklad wrote:
> A PC user unfamiliar with any free software would like to send
> messages that only the two of us can read. Now what do I do? The
> numbers of steps for it appear to be insurmountable! And I've failed
> to understand GNUPG myself.
Perhaps a web based solution would be easier to adopt in this case?
You could access these services using Tor browser bundle
(https://torproject.org) to further hide your identity from 3rd parties.
I don't trust the above solutions as much as GNUPG but depending on the
type of information you are exchanging with your friend, they may be
Jan <email at janignatius.fi>
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