NOTES & SIGNATURES
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Commercial PGP Sources
Philip Zimmerman's PGP sales area. Buy directly from
the inventor himself.
PGP Mail Secure-messaging and data-storage products
Freeware PGP Sources
International PGP Home Page: www.pgpi.org
MIT Distribution Center for PGP: web.mit.edu/network/pgp.html
Additional Encryption Products (Mostly Enterprise)
Thawte Digital Certificates: www.thawte.com
Verisign Security/Certificate services, Naming & Directory Services:
A-lock E-mail and document encryption
Baltimore. More organization level than for personal use
Entrust Securing Digital Identities & Information
PGP Mail, Secure messaging and data storage products
Secure Email and files.
WinMagic Data Security Secure documents.
Introductions & Explanations
Netscape: Detailed Introduction to Public-Key
Newcomer's Introduction to PGP
Verisign Digital ID General Information
imc - internet mail consortium S/MIME and OpenPGP
Internet FAQ Archives RFCs
Use the Search Archives Box. Use keywords like "pgp, s/mime, secure email,
encryption" to check on standards work in these areas.
Using S/MIME e-mail
S/MIME: Enterprise-Ready, Open Standards-Based Email
S/MIME: Guide to Using