[Dshield] Encryption

George Capehart capegeo at opengroup.org
Mon Dec 15 16:29:28 GMT 2003


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On Monday 15 December 2003 09:31 am, Bob J wrote:
> Thanks to all on the list for security info; you've been very helpful
> to non-IT users like me.
> Does anyone have a link or advice on encryption? Our business
> would like to begin encrypting sensitive e-mail. Currently using
> Outlook 2K & Outlook Express 2K.

Bob,

One thing that I might add to the comments you have already received is 
that if you are wanting to communicate securely with people outside of 
your company, it has been my experience that there are many more people 
who use PGP than those who use S/MIME.  I was an early adopter of 
S/MIME . . . and for a long time the only person with whom I could 
communicate was me . . . ;-)  Since then, I have tried it a few more 
times, but it is still not very widely used.  And, personally, I think 
that PGP's web of trust model works very well . . .

/g
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George Capehart

capegeo at opengroup dot org

PGP Key ID: 0x63F0F642 available on most public key servers

"It is always possible to agglutenate multiple separate problems into a
 single complex interdependent solution.  In most cases this is a bad
 idea."  -- RFC 1925

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