How to use OpenPGP to encrypt your email messages and files in the cloud

PC World - Putting sensitive data in email messages or cloud storage should give you the heebie-jeebies, but a good dose of cryptography can give you peace of mind. Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) or its open-source implementation, OpenPGP, is the gold standard of encryption online, and when used properly, has the potential to thwart even the likes of the NSA.

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neoragex2489d ago

1. use a secure o/s. if your o/s is compromised there is nothing any kind of encryption software can do to help you.
2. After you have installed GnuPG download and install Thunderbird. After you get your accounts set up on that and working, add the Lightning calendar and the ENIGMAIL plug in.