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Adam Piggott wrote:
> Jack Ouzzi wrote:
>> Anyone use the Pretty Good Privacy freeware (or other) to exchange
>> secure e-mails and the like. I'm just getting into PC security and
>> Cryptography (no yawning anyone) and my jaw is still scraping the
>> ground about how 'OPEN' and exposed we all are !!
> Although the replies to your post are quite right in that the vast
> majority of users do not understand/care about PGP, I always digitally
> sign my business email because...
> a) All of my clients that have PGP will actually ring me if they get an
> email with a bad signature, which is nice to know (that they know "Bad
> signature" is not a good thing).
> b) It's a statement that I consider signing of business correspondence
> Software-wise, I'm using GnuPG for encryption/signing, Mozilla
> Thunderbird as an email client alongside Enigmail to use GnuPG with
> it and GPGTools as a handy GnuPG front-end.
> Adam Piggott,
> Proactive Services (Computing).
>  http://www.gnupg.org
>  http://www.getthunderbird.com
>  http://enigmail.mozdev.org
>  http://www.jumaros.de/rsoft/index.html
> - --
> Please replace dot invalid with dot uk to email me.
> Apply personally for PGP public key.
I will just have to add that on the contrary:
a) Clients who do not have PGP will not appreciate it.
b) Clutter will be added to messages.
c) Your E-mail will arouse more suspicion from the 'watchers'.
Roy S. Schestowitz
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