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PGP - Outline
Topic Outline - KnowledgeBases - Newsgroups and FAQs - Magazines and Ezines - White Papers - Organizations and User Groups - News - Events - Related Topics - Books - Key Manufacturers - Where to Buy - Key Solutions Providers - Where to get Help - Key Service Providers - Key Training Providers
 
PGP - Knowledge Bases
  • Introduction to PGP (Nat Queen)
    • PGP (short for Pretty Good Privacy), created by Philip Zimmermann, is the de facto standard program for secure e-mail and file encryption on the Internet. Its public-key cryptography system enables people who have never met to secure transmitted messages against unauthorized reading and to add digital signatures to messages to guarantee their authenticity. Why do we need PGP? E-mail sent over the Internet is more like paper mail on a postcard than mail in a sealed envelope. It can easily be read, or even altered, by anyone with privileged access to any of the computers along the route followed by the mail. Hackers can read and/or forge e-mail. Government agencies eavesdrop on private communications.
  • PGP Links Page
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PGP - Newsgroups and FAQs
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PGP - Magazines and Ezines
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PGP - Organizations and User Groups
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PGP - Related Topics
Anti-Virus Software - Asset Tracking & Recovery - Back-up - Biometrics - Cryptography - Data Recovery - Data Protection - E-mail content security software - Encryption - Firewalls - Hackers and Anti-Hacking - Identity Verification - Information Warfare - Internet Security - Intrusion Detection - Network Security - PGP - Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) - Systems and Computer Security - Technical Surveillance Countermeasures - Virtual Private Network (VPN) - WebSite Security
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PGP - Books
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PGP - Key Manufacturers
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PGP - Key Solutions Providers
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