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From: hmi...@lucpul.it.luc.edu (Hugh Miller)
Subject: PGP 2.1 site list
Message-ID: <hmiller.723890620@lucpul.it.luc.edu>
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    (Last modified: 0820 UTC, 9 Dec 92)

    PGP v. 2.1 is gradually making its way out into the electronic world.  It
has been posted to the FidoNet Software Distribution Network and should soon
be up on most if not all Canadian and U.S. nodes carrying SDN software.

    On the Internet, there are many sites to try for anonymous ftp:
    
    nic.funet.fi  (128.214.6.100)
        /pub/unix/security/crypt/pgp21.zip      (MSDOS binaries + docs)
        /pub/unix/security/crypt/pgp21src.zip   (Source code + docs)
        /pub/unix/security/crypt/pgp21.tar.Z    (Source code in compressed
                                                 tar format)

    van-bc.wimsey.bc.ca  (192.48.234.1)
        /pub/crypto/PGP-2.1/pgp21.zip
        /pub/crypto/PGP-2.1/pgp21src.zip
        /pub/crypto/PGP-2.1/pgp21.tar.Z

    ghost.dsi.unimi.it  (149.132.2.1)
        /pub/crypt/pgp21.zip
        /pub/crypt/pgp21src.zip
        /pub/crypt/pgp21.tar.Z

    pencil.cs.missouri.edu  (128.206.100.207)
        /pub/crypt/pgp21.zip
        /pub/crypt/pgp21src.zip
        /pub/crypt/pgp21.tar.Z

    soda.berkeley.edu  (128.32.149.19)
        /pub/cypherpunks/pgp/pgp21.zip
        /pub/cypherpunks/pgp/pgp21src.zip
        /pub/cypherpunks/pgp/pgp21.tar.Z

    eugene.utmb.edu  (129.109.9.21)
        pub/pgp/pgp21.zip
        pub/pgp/pgp21src.zip
        pub/pgp/pgp21.tar.Z

    For those lacking ftp connectivity to the net, nic.funet.fi also
offers the files via mail.  Send the following mail message to
mail...@nic.funet.fi:

    ENCODER uuencode
    SEND pub/unix/security/crypt/pgp21src.zip
    SEND pub/unix/security/crypt/pgp21.zip

This will deposit the two zipfiles, as 15 batched messages, in your mailbox
with about 24 hours.  Save and uudecode.

    The Northern Lights BBS in Troy, NY, has both PGP21.ZIP and
PGP21SRC.ZIP for free download. Call (518) 237-2163 at 300-2400 bps 8N1
24 hours a day. Then login directly to the pgp account as follows:

	tnllogin: pgp
	Password: key

and help yourselves.  Thanks to Daniel Ray of tnl for this fine service.

    Another private BBS from which you can obtain PGP for the simple price of
the long-distance call time is the Grapevine BBS, the largest BBS in Arkansas.
It's run by Jim Wenzel in Little Rock.  John Eichler, a PGP user at Grapevine,
sent me the following information for your edification and enlightenment:

>   The GRAPEVINE BBS in Little Rock is the largest BBS in Arkansas.  To
>   help people obtain a copy of PGP21, the GRAPEVINE has set up a special
>   account for this purpose.  The following phone numbers are applicable
>   and should be dialed in the order presented (i.e., the top one first
>   since it is the highest speed line).
>
>                    (501) 753-6859
>                    (501) 753-8121
>                    (501) 791-0124
>                    (501) 753-4428
>                    (501) 791-0125
>
>   When asked to login use the following information.
>
>          name: PGP USER        ('PGP' is 1st name, 'USER' is 2nd name)
>          password: PGP
>
>       There is a special menu which one gets which shows the following
>   programs to be available.
>
>                 PGP21.ZIP    =  Dos Version of "Pretty Good Privacy"
>                 PGP21SRC.ZIP =  Source Code to PGP v2.0
>                 PGP20OS2.ZIP =  OS/2 version of PGP v2.0
>                 PKZ110.EXE   =  Current version of DOS based PKzip
>
>   Should you have any questions e-mail either me
>   (john.e...@grapevine.lrk.ar.us) or the Sysop of the BBS whose address
>   is jim.w...@grapevine.lrk.ar.us.

--  Thanks, John!

    If none of these sites do it for you, let me know.  Film at 11.

    Best regards!
    -=- Hugh

P.S.:  If you come across sites where it's posted -- especially FREE ACCESS
sites -- please drop me a line (info-pgp...@lucpul.it.luc.edu).
I'd like to maintain a current list as part of a PGP FAQ list.  Thanks to the
many correspondents who have helped to contribute to this list on an almost
daily basis!

    Hugh Miller
    Info-PGP Digest
    info-pgp...@lucpul.it.luc.edu
-- 
Hugh Miller         | Dept. of Philosophy | Loyola University of Chicago
Voice: 312-508-2727 |  FAX: 312-508-2292  |    hmi...@lucpul.it.luc.edu

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From: s0...@exnet.co.uk (R A Hollands)
Subject: Re: PGP 2.1 site list
Message-ID: <Bz1uty.3H4@exnet.co.uk>
Keywords: pgp pkzip
Organization: ExNet Systems Ltd Public Access News, London, UK
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I've fetched pgp21.zip three times from funet and every time I end
up with a zip file that crc errors in the two doc files and the exe.

I am using pkunzip 1.1.  Anyone else have this trouble?  Anyone have
have a stunningly obvious solution?

TIA Richard.

[s0...@exnet.co.uk]

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From: hmi...@lucpul.it.luc.edu (Hugh Miller)
Subject: Re: PGP 2.1 site list
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Keywords: pgp pkzip
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In <Bz1ut...@exnet.co.uk> s0...@exnet.co.uk (R A Hollands) writes:

>I've fetched pgp21.zip three times from funet and every time I end
>up with a zip file that crc errors in the two doc files and the exe.

>I am using pkunzip 1.1.  Anyone else have this trouble?  Anyone have
>have a stunningly obvious solution?

>TIA Richard.

>[s0...@exnet.co.uk]

    When you ftp'ed pgp21.zip, did you remember to type

    ftp>binary

first?  And if you downloaded it to your MDSOS machine with kermit, did you
remember to type

    kermit>set file type binary

first?

    -=- Hugh

-- 
Hugh Miller         | Dept. of Philosophy | Loyola University of Chicago
Voice: 312-508-2727 |  FAX: 312-508-2292  |    hmi...@lucpul.it.luc.edu

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Date: Fri, 18 Dec 1992 09:57:46 EST
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Subject: Re: PGP 2.1 site list
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Concerning the difficulties of CRC errors in PGP21.ZIP files - I too had the
same problem when FTPing from numerous sites.  PKZIP 1.10 would always give
CRC errors, and the files were corrupted when they were unzipped.  It
appears that version 1.93 Alpha of PKZIP was used to ZIP up PGP 2.1.  WHen I
used 1.93 to unzip it, it worked fine.  PKZIP 1.10 will *NOT* work with the
PGP 2.1 release ZIP files however.

--Douglas Good,  Penn State University

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From: p...@sage.cgd.ucar.edu (Philip Zimmermann)
Subject: Re: PGP 2.1 site list
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In article <92353.095...@psuvm.psu.edu> <JDG...@psuvm.psu.edu> writes:
>Concerning the difficulties of CRC errors in PGP21.ZIP files - I too had the
>same problem when FTPing from numerous sites.  PKZIP 1.10 would always give
>CRC errors, and the files were corrupted when they were unzipped.  It
>appears that version 1.93 Alpha of PKZIP was used to ZIP up PGP 2.1.  WHen I
>used 1.93 to unzip it, it worked fine.  PKZIP 1.10 will *NOT* work with the
>PGP 2.1 release ZIP files however.
>
>--Douglas Good,  Penn State University

I just used PKUNZIP version 1.1 on MSDOS to unzip the pgp21.zip and
pgp21src.zip files I downloaded from the distribution via FTP.  It
works for me.  No CRC errors.  I'm not doubting your report, but could
there be any other technical errors that could account for this problem?

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