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Re: [vox] Easy Email Encryption

There's a GPG plugin for firefox (oddly enough "firegpg") that ties in to the browser, and of course there's a gmail plugin for gpg as well.  As Brian mentioned "encryption" is not-easily-done-correctly.  With some of these helper apps using good quality encryption tools becomes easier.  (I still prefer the command line mostly though).  :)
On Tue, Jan 13, 2009 at 09:14:30AM -0800, Rod Roark wrote:
> Hey I just wanted to share an easy general-purpose method for
> email (and other) encryption that I ran across:
> http://www.fourmilab.ch/javascrypt/
> "Easy" means you don't have to install any special software, and
> you don't have to deal with the complexities of public key
> cryptography.  It's a nice solution when there are one or two
> other people with whom you want to ensure email privacy, and
> they are not very computer-literate.
> Very few people use encryption these days, and I'm sure that is
> mostly about the difficulty and inconvenience of doing so.
> Especially with the popularity of email services controlled by
> large corporations, I think it behooves all of us to assert our
> right to privacy.  Rights that are not exercised have a way of
> disappearing.

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