Using PGP with Windows XP and Web Mail
PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) and GPG (Gnu Privacy Guard) is an encryption method that may be used to encrypt and decrypt any file. Once a file is encrypted, only the intended recipient may decrypt the file.
There are many ways to use PGP. Some of them you pay for. Others are free. The following is one way that uses a free program.
The following four steps are for first time users, and for experienced people.
How to download and validate the PGP program.
How to install PGP.
How to get started with PGP.
How to use PGP to encrypt and decrypt files.
The following three steps are for experienced people. First time users may skip the following steps.
Using the Web Of Trust.
How to do reciprocal PGP key validation and signing.
See Manual for more information.
Recomendations for using encrypted email in a corporate environment.
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