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Where to get the latest PGP FAQ



Frequently Asked Questions about where to get the latest version of Pretty Good Privacy (PGP).

This FAQ about where to get the latest version of Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) was compiled and written by Michael Paul Johnson mpj@ebible.org with numerous contributions by others.

-01 Where are some of the best places to get PGP on the web?
PGP freeware - for personal, noncommercial ...
-02 Where can i get more PGP information?
The best source of PGP information is in the PGP documentation ...
-03 Can I get PGP documentation in my own language?
Yes. You can get the official PGP documentation in several languages ...
-04 What compatibility issues exist between PGP and GPG versions
PGP 5.0 introduces some new algorithms for both public key ...
-05 What are some good PGP books?
Protect Your Privacy: A Guide for PGP ...
-06 Is PGP legal?
Using and distributing Pretty Good Privacy is legal if you are ...
-07 What is Philip Zimmermann's legal status?
Philip Zimmermann was under investigation for alleged violation ...
-08 How do i select a good secure passphrase? (PGP)
See:
-09 What other file encryption (DOS, MAC) tools are there?
PGP can do conventional encryption only of a file (-c) option, but ...
-10 How do i securely delete files?
If you have the Norton Utilities, Norton WipeInfo is pretty good. I ...
-11 Where do I get PGPfone(tm)?
PGPfone is for private telephone calls over a modem or the Internet....
-12 Where do I get Nautilus?
Bill Dorsey, Pat Mullarky, and Paul Rubin have come out with a ...
-13 Where is PGP's competition?
Gnu Privacy Guard (GPG) is a serious OpenPGP standard competitor to PGP,...
-14 How do I publish my PGP public key?
The latest PGP and GPG versions will interact with key ...
-15 Is PGP really secure?
Yes and no. Yes, it is secure against most attackers when used on ...
-16 May I copy and redistribute this FAQ? (Where to get the latest PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) FAQ)
Yes. Please only do so in appropriate forums, and provide pointers ...









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