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Cryptography and digital sign with GnuPG part 2

Oct 29, 2010, 17:33 (0 Talkback[s])

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"In the previous article we presented some basic concepts of encryption and made some examples of symmetrical and asymmetrical keys, we concluded by saying that a good way to get a certificate with an asymmetric key is GnuPG.

"GnuPG is open-source and multiplatform. It uses native command line in a shell or from MS-DOS prompt.

"There are also graphical interface:

"Enigmail it's an extension for Mozilla thunderbird. And contains a graphical tool for keys management."

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