|The International PGP Home Page||Offical PGP-website|
|PGP Public Key Lookup Page - keyserver.net||ESnetPGP Key Service - public key server|
|PGP Interactions Page - concise summary of PGP-version in English and multiple languages by RJ||PGP-Users mailinglist homepage|
|PGP Global Directory - PGP's official keyserver which is not connected to the global keyserver network||PGP-Users archive (list subscription required)|
|PGP-Signed Web Pages||Bugs in PGP 5.0 i (Unix)|
|PGP-dokumentation for versions up to 7.0||Common Problems in PGP Clear-Signing and a short introduction into PGP signatures|
|Tom McCune's PGP Page||Johannes Posel's German homepage with PGP-related links|
|Surf anonymously with JAP using anonymous proxies||The Unofficial International PGP Home Page by Steven Crompton with the new PGP-version 2.6.4ui for DOS (minimal system requirements: 80386)|
|Yashy's great crypto page with a www-based security check||If you ever wanted to have an extremely secure PGP public key then you can generate it with this PGP version (DOS-RSA) - it supports key sizes up to 4096 bits!|
Gnu Privacy Guard (GPG) - a
free OpenPGP implementation which is compatible to PGP (use the IDEA module which is mirrored here).
For PGP 2.6.x decryption and compatibility to older PGP versions usage of the option --force-v3-sigs is recommended.
A sample configuration file can be downloaded here.
|Scramdisk - A free and very fast on-the-fly disk encryption system which is able to process container files and even completely encrypted formatted media! It uses extremely secure algorithms like IDEA and Blowfish and many others!! - the old site's intro page and Win-NT/2000 download section points to its commercial successor DriveCrypt.|
|PGP Envelope - perhaps the only way to get a comfortable integration of PGP 5.0i (or GnuPG) and Pine under Linux and unix-like OSes - the alternative to this without a graphical interface might be Mutt + PGP5.0i/GPG (which only creates PGP-Mime messages so they can't be processed by some e-mail clients).||