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Re: Corporate PGP for network operators
On Fri, 17 May 2002, Sean Donelan wrote: > Ok, extremely dumb question. But I'm sure lots of other people have > already solved this one. > > Network operators have been using various PGPs to exchange confidential > information for many years. I have my own personal PGP key for my own > use and a nice Unix box of my own. There are licensed versions, freeware > versions, guerilla versions, and so forth. NAI is no longer selling a > commercial version of PGP Desktop for Microsoft Windows/NT. Phil Zimmerman > points people to the OpenPGP alliance http://openpgp.org/members/ > > What do commercial network operators, who are required to use Microsoft, > use for business PGP mail besides NAI? I.E. if we need to exchange PGP > mail, what package is least likely to crash Outlook and Windows. Three months later, here's a useful answer for you, Sean: http://www.pgp.com (NAI has sold off most of the product line to a new startup.) --Len.