Mark Fickett Photography and Miscellanea

GnuPG seems to be an easy installation, with support for Windows and Unix, and a port for MacOS. (On OpenBSD, GnuPG resides at /usr/ports/security/gnupg/.) The GNU Privacy Handbook is straightforward, and includes a good explanation of the concepts involved. Also, PGP can use not only hybrid encryption (public/private and session keys, for e-mail), byt plain old symmetric encryption (password-protection, for personal security such as local files). (If you don't like the command line, you might try PGP Corporation's product, though I know little about it.)

Here's my PGP public key, or you can look up . Have at it (and IM/call/meet me for a fingerprint)!

2004 Jul 16
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