Essay on PGP as it is used today
mirimir at riseup.net
Thu Jul 18 06:40:59 CEST 2019
On 07/17/2019 07:47 PM, Ryan McGinnis via Gnupg-users wrote:
> Is that to send them a message or an attachment?
> You might look into Firefox Send -- not sure if this satisfies the legal requirements, but it is very robust end to end encryption. https://send.firefox.com/
I also like Firefox Send. But being suspicious, I typically encrypt with
capable browser, I sometimes use pastebins. I encrypt with GnuPG, and
then base64 encode.
> -Ryan McGinnis
> PGP: 5C73 8727 EE58 786A 777C 4F1D B5AA 3FA3 486E D7AD
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> On Wednesday, July 17, 2019 9:13 PM, raf via Gnupg-users <gnupg-users at gnupg.org> wrote:
>> Stefan Claas via Gnupg-users wrote:
>>> Andrew Gallagher wrote:
>>>> - And finally: “don’t encrypt email”? Yes, well. Email is not going away.
>>>> Just like passwords, its death has been long anticipated, yet never arrives.
>>>> So what do we do in the meantime?
>>> I think the biggest problems is how can PGP or GnuPG users tell other users,
>>> not familar with email encyrption yet, what else to use ...
>> At work, when a client insists on email, and I (or the law)
>> insist on encryption, I provide them with instructions for
>> installing 7-zip and send them an AES-256 encrypted zip or 7z
>> file as an attachment. It's the simplest thing I could think
>> of that I thought most people could cope with.
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