Pretty Good Privacy (PGP)

What is PGP?

Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) is a technique for encrypting and authenticating data, like, for example, the content of emails. The original PGP software was developed by Phil Zimmermann, you can find versions for many operating systems on the PGPi homepage. However, due to legal issues with the original software, a free replacement called GnuPG was written. GnuPG supports various operating systems. If you'd like to try it on Microsoft® Windows®, you might want to take a look at Gpg4win. If you're a Thunderbird user, try Enigmail.

Get My PGP Key

You can fetch my public PGP key (1024D/B8B5D3DE) from one of the standard keyservers or (on UNIX®) via finger or directly from here.

Get My S/MIME Certificate

If you happen to prefer S/MIME over PGP, you can fetch my certificate from an external web site.

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