Benefits include: -- Open-source, open-standard encryption with GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) -- Compatible with many of today's other leading encryption products -- Mozilla Firefox add-on -- Microsoft Internet Explorer add-on -- supports all Trident-based browsers -- Support for all POP3/SMTP Microsoft Windows email clients including Outlook -- Streamlined invitations and installation -- Easy key-management -- Automated key-exchange and access to the Cryptobot key exchange robot Public Key Encryption has historically been the providence of IT gurus, security freaks, and the CIA.
What does GNUPG stand for?
GNUPG stands for GNU Privacy Guard
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0 will also come bundled with CFS, the Cryptographic File System, while turnkey cluster offerings will have options for digitally signed mail and system files using GNU Privacy Guard (GPG), a full public/private keypair digital encryption system.
Newly-Discovered Flaw in GNU Privacy Guard Allows Attacker to Manipulate Content within Encrypted, Signed Messages; Numerous Email Systems Vulnerable BOSTON -- Core Security Technologies, provider of CORE IMPACT, the first-to-market penetration testing product for assessing specific information security risks, today issued an advisory disclosing a flaw in the GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG or GPG), an OpenPGP-compliant cryptographic software system and part of the Free Software Foundation's GNU software project, and third-party email applications that rely on it for encrypted and signed email communications.