bikepunk at gmx.net
Thu Jan 11 03:47:45 PST 2001
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On the subject of PGP, how about we get as many people on this list to use
GPG/PGP as possible? That'd be pretty nice, imho.
If you don't have GPG: http://www.gnupg.org/
If you're using Pine: http://pgp4pine.flatline.de/
If you're using Mutt: I know there's a way, but I'm not a Mutt user...
My PGP public key: http://crux.ath.cx/~bikepunk/pubkey
Encryption is going to become more and more necessary, especially with
Echelon, Carnivore, et. al. coming to your local ISP's mail servers. Plus,
it gives you a warm fuzzy feeling...
ben <bikepunk at gmx.net>
the crux of the biscut is the `
On Wed, 10 Jan 2001, L Vogtmann wrote:
> On Wednesday 10 January 2001 09:38 pm, Ron885 the l33t linux d00d wrote:
> > I've been wondering what PGP signing an email does... i thought that like
> > encrypted the email or something... but it doesn't... what's it do?
> I should add, it is possible to encrypt email messages (or anything else for
> that matter) with PGP. The originator needs to have a copy of the recipients
> Public key first though, so encryption is only used for the most sensitive of
> GPG public key / Geek Code block available at
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> ------------ Output from gpg ------------
> gpg: Signature made Thu 11 Jan 2001 01:55:05 AM EST using DSA key ID 4A0CD133
> gpg: Good signature from "L Vogtmann (vmann) <vmann at vmann.net>"
> gpg: WARNING: This key is not certified with a trusted signature!
> gpg: There is no indication that the signature belongs to the owner.
> gpg: Fingerprint: CE80 018B D825 6DF1 4990 C15F E11A B17E 4A0C D133
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Version: GnuPG v1.0.4 (GNU/Linux)
Comment: For info see http://www.gnupg.org
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