FireGPG Discontinued

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by tobacco, Jun 9, 2010.

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  1. tobacco

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    Not from the Browser as far as I am aware, but you can always have a look at the Enigmail add-on for Thunderbird if you were so inclined :)

    You would just need to set up the mail accounts of course ;)

    Enigmail
     
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    Hey There

    Thanks but i already use that setup. The vast majority of the public (including my contacts :( ) haven't grasped email security yet which is why i'm trying to find something easy to recommend to my friends and other contacts to use.

    I was using comodo secure email until realizing that is doesn't work with pgp :thumbd: , only certificates.

    However, i have found a wonderful program that uses gpg and is designed for the newbie. Initial testing is very positive and makes sending and receiving encrypted email through webmail and web interface very easy :D

    And it's "free" to boot!
     
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