Using GnuPG, Part I
Linux Gazette tells us about using GnuPG.
"In today's world, communication has broken all previous time and distance limits. Now you can talk with someone in
real-time no matter how far away he is. That advantage has also brought some major problems with itself. First, it is hard to verify other persons identity with 100% certainty and second, we can't know if there is a third party between who reads our correspondence. Fortunately for us something called public key cryptography was invented."
(Submitted by Noel Tue Feb 17, 2004 )
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