email.about.com: Using PGP with K Mail
Feb 11, 2001, 17:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Email is a rather insecure way of transporting information.
Virtually anybody can read the contents of your messages. Probably
the only way to prohibit this is to encrypt your email."
"PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) has always been a popular choice
for public key encryption. K Mail works fine with PGP. I tried a
combination of K Mail and PGP 5 on a Linux machine."
"Probably the only set-up you need to do is tell K Mail your PGP
identity. Do this on the PGP tab of the "Settings" dialog. My user
identity is "0x3D8270DE", for example."
- FreeOS.com: E-mail security using Mutt and GPG(Dec 17, 2000)
- Linux.com: Secure Communication with GnuPG on Linux
(Dec 17, 2000)
- Linux Gazette: Cryptography, PGP and Pine(Nov 25, 2000)
- Security Portal: Why Are Keys Certified?(Aug 08, 2000)
- ComputerWorld: Flaw found in PGP 5.0(May 26, 2000)
- Linuxnewbie.org: Installing GnuPG 1.0.1(Mar 06, 2000)
- ext2: E-Mail Security: GnuPG or PGP?(Sep 22, 1999)
- Security Portal: Kurt's Closet: GnuPG and freedom(Sep 22, 1999)
- IDG.net: GNU launches free encryption tool(Sep 08, 1999)
- GNU Privacy Guard 1.0.0 released(Sep 08, 1999)