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    Talking Setting up GnuPG encryption in KDE

    This is a work in progress, and should be done soon, I'll upload them as I get them finished. So far the first page is complete, and some snap shots and text in the second page. The third page isn't even there yet, even though the hyperlink is.

    And I still have to give credits to those that went before me and created all this wonderfull stuff, and links to articles, etc

    Basically I wanted to leave out the techno babble and have a document that anyone using linux could understand and be able to setup encryption with the least amount of trouble.

    The most problems I have found while researching this is the lack of easy to follow in plain english instructions all the way through to the end, and a few examples of how to actually use this in real life. The people who use this stuff regular always seem to talk to you as if you have been using it for years. Like hello some of us just got here.

    For those who find the text large just decrease the font size in your browser, the article will follow font wise in the window, atleast it does for me. Enjoy



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    Looks good BobGuy

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    This is a work in progress, and should be done soon,
    Yippie Skippie, it's done.
    I fixed the large fonts also.
    Enjoy

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    excellent tutorial BobGuy. very well written and easy to understand....

    even for me

    thanks !!

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    Originally posted by labatts
    excellent tutorial BobGuy. very well written and easy to understand....

    even for me

    thanks !!
    Ditto!
    Nicely done.

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    Using your tutorial for KGpg was a snap - until I wanted to use Thunderbird, instead of KMail.

    However, after a bit of googling, I found that all I needed was the extension enigmail. My suggestion is that you update your tutorial for Thunderbird users.

    Thanks, Mike (mlangdn)
    Thanks Mike for the update!

    I don't use Thunderbird for email, Maybe I'll give it a try one of these days.

    Hope people see this about enigmail way down here.

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    I thought people might enjoy this so I added it to the article.

    Description: Steve and Leo open their multi-week discussion of the operation and technology of cryptography.

    This first week they start by examining the social consequences and ethical implications of common citizens being empowered with freely available cryptographic technology that no force on Earth - no government agency, no corporation, no private individual - can crack within their lifetimes.
    Steve Gibson and Leo Laporte do a great job explaining encryption. This should help bring most people up to speed encryption wise. You can download the .mp3 too, one episode per page.

    Start here...
    http://www.grc.com/sn/SN-030.htm

    If you like what you see...
    http://www.grc.com/securitynow.htm

    Lets hope these URLs will be valid for years to come.

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