The latest versions of PGP even allow you to add a photo identification to your
and is a resource pool for information on the PGP program and the OpenPGP
standard. It also has a complete list of the latest freeware versions of PGP.
official international download site for PGP at:
technical support are also available from Network Associates, Inc. (“NAI”), the
parent company of PGP. The commercial version, which is suitable for larger
firms, may be found at http://www.pgp.com/products/default.asp.
technical support, but mass quantities of information are available on the Internet.
For example, Greg Wolfe’s online “PGP Beginner’s Guide” for DOS and
Windows may be found at http://www.sover.net/~greywolf/pgpguide/.
how to use PGP. A friendly, three-step method for beginners to help themselves
or to ask questions about PGP encryption can be found at:
documentation, which includes the "Intro to Crypto", describing the basics of
public key cryptography. The complete documentation for several versions of
PGP is also available at the international PGP website. http://www.pgpi.org/
0-262-74017-6, 216 pages, paperback, $14.95
0-262-24039, 4,900 pages, hardcover, $60.00
Hall, 1994, ISBN0-13-185596-4.
lawyers has become the norm-not the exception. PGP continues to provide a
viable, constantly improving encryption method for those lawyers who feel they
need privacy and security; but the internet, where time is accelerated and
compressed, has come up with new possibilities.
( http://ziplip.com) and other similar services. ZipLip allows you to send a secure
e-mail message with attachments that require a password to read and access.
Messages are automatically deleted from ZipLip 24 hours after you have received
and read them.
available and more are coming on-line daily. Although NAI holds the PGP
trademark and the source code for the NAI implementation of PGP, PGP is
defined by an Internet Engineering Taskforce (“IETF”) open standard called
OpenPGP, embodied in IETF RFC 2440, which any company may implement
freely into its products.
( http://openpgp.org), to facilitate interoperability of different vendors'
implementations of the OpenPGP standard, as well as to help guide future
directions of the OpenPGP standard.
needn't even know a public or private key exists. Users need have no
understanding of how to generate, send, receive or store a public/private key pair.
free encrypted email, free managed Public Key Infrastructure, free 5MB storage
space, free digital signing, and free technical support are all provided by
conveniently secure their e-mail against prying eyes, protecting the confidentiality
of attorney-client e-mail, relying on the most popular encryption program, PGP,
in its free and commercial versions, or they may choose to use the latest, web-
based, OpenPGP standard applications.
contact me at mailto:email@example.com.