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Path: gmdzi!unido!mcsun!uunet!!wuarchive!mont!pencil!rich
From: (Rich Winkel)
Newsgroups: sci.crypt
Subject: "Pretty Good Privacy" encryption software
Message-ID: <rich.677913476@pencil>
Date: 26 Jun 91 05:17:56 GMT
Organization: UMC Math Dept.
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I'm surprised there's been no evaluation or comments regarding this program.
Has anyone looked at it?  Does it have any obvious problems?
Duz inneybody care?


Path: gmdzi!unido!mcsun!uunet!decwrl!argosy!kevin
From: kevin@argosy.UUCP (Kevin S. Van Horn)
Newsgroups: sci.crypt
Subject: Re: "Pretty Good Privacy" encryption software
Message-ID: <1394@argosy.UUCP>
Date: 30 Jun 91 01:06:56 GMT
References: <rich.677913476@pencil> <>
Sender: news@argosy.UUCP
Reply-To: (Kevin S. Van Horn)
Organization: MasPar Computer Corporation, Sunnyvale, CA
Lines: 8

In article <> (Richard Outerbridge) writes:
[stuff about PGP10]

Where is PGP10 available from?

Kevin S. Van Horn | The means determine the ends.  |

Path: gmdzi!unido!mcsun!uunet!!decwrl!!!!marcamd!mercury!kcbbs!kc
From: (Peter Gutmann)
Newsgroups: sci.crypt
Subject: Re: "Pretty Good Privacy" encryption sof
Message-ID: <>
Date: 2 Jul 91 12:08:33 GMT
Lines: 12
Organisation: Kappa Crucis Unix BBS, Auckland, New Zealand

In message <1394@argosy.UUCP> green alien space slime forced 
  (Kevin S. Van Horn) to write:  
>Where is PGP10 available from?  
I'll be uploading it to tonight (note that it may take a few  
days to arrive).  Since it's outside the US there are no problems with export 
restrictions or the like.  Unfortunately I can't mail copies to people directl
- my email bill is bad enough as it is :-(  
ObPropaganda:  This is an *amazing* piece of software!  If you don't already  
               have a copy, get one now!  

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