where can i get PGP?

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    i just had alook at that site and it too took me to the trial page again, but after reading it more carefully it says after 30 days it will only work as old freeware versions. it also asks for some information before you can download. i'll probably get it, but i'll have a quick look for the last 8 version first. thanks for the link Ron. :)
     
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    They sure cripple 9.0 as freeware. No email encryption or IM encryption.

    Another link. http://www.pgpi.org/
     
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    Are you speaking of PGP encryption software? http://web.mit.edu/network/pgp.html

    http://img204.echo.cx/img204/2807/pgp5eo.jpg
     
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    thanks, but i tried those links already. the PGPI one goes to PGP and the MIT one is only for the USA and Canada, maybe i can use a proxy o_O
     
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    i did look at that site, and i just clicked on one of the links and got to the link below
    http://www.pgpi.org/cgi/download.cgi?filename=PGPFW703.zip

    there are other more recent versions on that site too, but all the downloads are FTPs and i can never download them i just get a timeout. so, i'm going to look through my FW settings and think what else i do that always blocks FTPs (on a fresh install, before i patch/harden my computer, FTPs work, i tried it once :p ) so maybe i can kill-two-birds-with-one stone :cool:
     
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    iceni - your problem with FTP downloads: have you tried allowing your browser outbound TCP connections to all remote ports?
     
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    hi, Meltdown here are my browser rules. what do you think? i don't know why it wont work. i think it might be safe XP or XP antispy, but i haven't looked properly yet. i'm not sure what to do, i might turn on XPs FW and turn off Kerio, then i'll know if it's my rules or not.
     

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    Hi iceni,

    First off, I'm crap at firewall rules so I probably won't be giving you entirely sound advice. But:

    I don't use Proxomitron, so my brower rules are to allow outbound TCP connections on remote ports 21, 80, 443, 8080, 1024-65535. That last range comes from CrazyM's application rules. Scroll down to the end of the post for details.

    I experimented with three different downloads for PGP and got the following results in my Kerio log: In each case the browser makes an initial connection on port 21, then the first download used port 35601, the second used 12310, the third 49170. Basically port 21 and a random port somewhere in the high numbers.
     
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    hi, Meltdown and alien51 :) not relevant but, i think i should change my FW rules for Proxomitron from any port to 1024-5000. but, those rules look OK to me. i haven't tried the download without Kerio and just with my XP FW yet because it takes abit of time to do (making sure i have done it correctly and rebooting) but, i'm going to have a closer look at the rules above the two i have posted.

    thanks for the links for PGP 8xx alien51 :) the first one didn't work for me but the second has, so thanks for your help :)
     
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    Hi ice,

    I think it's your Proxomitron rule which is blocking FTP downloads. In your screenshot I can't see all the remote ports you have there, only 80, 8080, and - I'm guessing - 443, but you would need to add 21 and 1024-65535 to the list you have. So your Proxo rule should be local port - any, address - any, remote port - 21, 80, 443, 8080, 1024-65535 (actually 8080 is redundant as it's covered by the last range of ports).

    If you changed that and enabled logging for your Proxo rule, that would be the quickest way of diagnosing where the problem lies.
     
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    hi, Meltdown. thanks for your time :) i just changed my Proxomitron rule from 80, 443, 8080 to any port. i didn't think it was going to work, the first 9 links didn't, but the Poland one has worked. i have just changed the rule back to 80, 443, 8080 and that works too now o_O i'm not too sure what to think. i have also tried another FTP that works for other people but never for me and that doesn't work.
     
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