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  1. Thread: PGP keys

    by dragonwhip
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    On the other thread, I had to put my personal...

    On the other thread, I had to put my personal info because when I tried to export my public keys, they would only export in encrypted format. I'm not sure why. I couldn't get it not to do that, so I...
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    :p ii-monk, I think that's a great idea! Also,...

    :p ii-monk, I think that's a great idea! Also, thebunny, actually, you have the order a little mixed up; you would encrypt using your own private key, and your recipient would use your public key to...
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    A couple of other things: 1) When you create a...

    A couple of other things:
    1) When you create a key, you automatically have a private and public key. The public key can then be sent to a keyserver.
    2) You can choose the level of encryption of...
  4. I was hoping for something that I could use with...

    I was hoping for something that I could use with my Rainbow smart card, which should be arriving soon. I have a Spyrus card, but it isn't supported by PGP, and it can't be used for logging on. I had...
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    That's true. I'm glad I rarely have to deal with...

    That's true. I'm glad I rarely have to deal with networks. Also, Not all probing sites and/or firewall testers test to see how your firewall deals with what it lets out. I think a lot of people might...
  6. Logon access restriction with smart card

    I need to know if Windows XP can be configured to require a smart card to log on to the computer, and if so, how it can be done, and can it be done in conjunction with PGP.
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    You might also try Pest Patrol. It really isn't...

    You might also try Pest Patrol. It really isn't an anti virus program, but it works very well against spyware, of which there are probably numerous examples on your computer right now if you don't...
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    I've found firewall testers to be a waste of...

    I've found firewall testers to be a waste of money, since you can go to numerous sites and test your firewall for free, among them Steve Gibson Research, Black Code and Astalavista. There are many...
  9. Thread: firewalls

    by dragonwhip
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    For starters, Black Ice is garbage! I use Zone...

    For starters, Black Ice is garbage! I use Zone Alarm Pro and Tiny Personal Firewall in tandem, and they are a very good start. Also, go to Steve Gibson Research and get their FREE programs to help...
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    [As an added precaution, you might try going to...

    [As an added precaution, you might try going to Steve Gibson Research. There are a number of tiny, free programs which you can use to close unused ports, universal plug and play, and raw sockets. You...
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    Zone Alarm is not only a good intrusion detecter,...

    Zone Alarm is not only a good intrusion detecter, but it is the best firewall I have ever used. It will also trace the intruder for you without having to use a seperate ping program. If you can...
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    If you haven't already done it, just erase all...

    If you haven't already done it, just erase all partitions, and your program should let you customize the size of yuor partitions, or it may have an option to just increase partion size. If your hard...
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