[Dshield] PGP is disappointing
mbruyere at ezemcanada.com
Thu Sep 11 14:32:31 GMT 2003
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Been there done that! ;)
I switched over to GNUpg with the outlook plug-in (both are free) an dit
works very well for text emails w/o attachements (it screws up attachements
when you sign the email, it get renamed to .gpg and get corrupted)
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> From: Michael Leone [mailto:loki at psu.edu]
> Sent: mercredi 10 septembre 2003 18:43
> To: General DShield Discussion List
> Subject: [Dshield] PGP is disappointing
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> Downloaded PGP 8.02 freeware. Install it no problem, run it no
> problem. Go to sign an E-mail - Window pops-up saying you need an
> upgraded license. I remember when PGP was completely free and people
> were afraid to use it because it really pissed the FBI and NSA off.
> If it's called Freeware, then its free. If your going to only make the
> install file free, but to actually use it you need to pay - That is
> CrippleWare a.k.a scumware.
> I guess PGP goes on my "sellout of the week" list.
> Astalavista PGP, hello WinPT.
> There is a reason we have free software, because free software is
> usually more useful and better coded. When a good, useful, free
> program goes pay it normally ends up being buggy, useless, and
> expensive. I can name quite a few.
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