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05 What are some good PGP books?




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This article is from the Where to get the latest PGP FAQ, by Michael Paul Johnson mpj@ebible.org with numerous contributions by others.

05 What are some good PGP books?

Protect Your Privacy: A Guide for PGP Users
by William Stallings
Prentice Hall PTR
ISBN 0-13-185596-4
US $19.95

PGP: Pretty Good Privacy
by Simson Garfinkel
O'Reilly & Associates, Inc.
ISBN 1-56592-098-8
US $24.95

E-Mail_Security,
How To Keep Your Electronic Messages Private (covers PGP & PEM)
by Bruce Schneier
365 pages
1995
pub: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
ISBN 0-471-05318-X
$24.95 US

The Computer Privacy Handbook: A Practical Guide to E-Mail Encryption, Data
Protection, and PGP PRivacy Software
by Andr=E9 Bacard
Peachpit Press
ISBN 1-56609-171-3
US $24.95
800-283-9444 or 510-548-4393

THE OFFICIAL PGP USER'S GUIDE
by Philip R. Zimmermann
MIT Press
April 1995 - 216 pp. - paper - US $14.95 - ISBN 0-262-74017-6 ZIMPP
Standard PGP documentation neatly typeset and bound.

PGP SOURCE CODE AND INTERNALS
by Philip R. Zimmermann
April 1995 - 804 pp. -
US $55.00 - 0-262-24039-4 ZIMPH

How to Use PGP, 61 pages, (Pub #121) from the Superior Broadcasting
Company, Box 1533-N, Oil City, PA 16301, phone: (814) 678-8801
(about US $10-$13).

 

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