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  • The comp.security.pgp FAQ - Answers many, if not all, questions about the popular Pretty Good Privacy encryption/authentication program.
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  • e-ignite: - Offers tutorials on setting up and using OpenPGP encryption software, use of cryptography, e-mail encryption, and links to related software and websites.
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  • GnuPG Frequently Asked Questions - A pretty good FAQ for the GNU Privacy Guard.
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  • How to secure your emails with GnuPG and Enigmail - Illustrated tutorial to guide your first steps in email encryption and signature, even if you are a complete beginner, thanks to the great Enigmail Mozilla extension; plus many explanations and links to go further.
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  • Introduction to PGP - General information about PGP, especially for beginners: What it is, how it works, and where to get it.
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  • Keysigning Party How-To - A draft guide to organizing or participating in a PGP key signing party.
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  • PGP Attack FAQ - A FAQ about methods of attacking PGP.
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  • A security analysis of PGP - Contains the result of a research project into PGP. It describes the Otterloo attack, aka PGPsdk Key Validity Vulnerability , an important attack on various windows versions of PGP. The full paper describes the history, algorithms (IDEA, RSA, DH/ ElGamal,DSA in full detail), bugs and source code of the program.
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  • Strong Distribution HOWTO - A guide to using PGP in software distribution. Targeted at free software developers.
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  • Tom McCune's PGP Questions & Answers - A superior resource website which bridges many of the gaps between existing PGP FAQs and the use of official Windows versions of PGP.
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