August 19th, 2005, 05:47 AM
I'm very confuse with the difference of GNUpgp, GNUpg and GPG~!?!?!?!
Wiki just showing GNUpg but not GNUpgp or GPG~~ are they the same or different?
Google even suggestion my string to be 'GNUPG', when i tried to search the word of 'GNUPGP'~~
I'm looking for info regard to GNUpgp~ does it exist? does it just mean of GNU liciense of PGP~?
Anything related to pgpi?
Sorry by asking those stupid question~~ hope some1 could help me to differenciate and provide more info regarding on GNUpgp~
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August 19th, 2005, 09:32 AM
There is no such thing as GNUpgp..
There is however the GNU Privacy Guard (GNUPG or GPG): http://www.gnupg.org/
Which is in fact a free replacemenet for PGP (Pretty Good Privacy)..
PGPi is the international homepage for pgp, which has something to do with weird crypto export rules in the USA..
Hope that helps..
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