|Distribution Site for PGP v5.5 Series i||The source code is scanned and proofed. A compiled
version should be ready soon.
Inc. Distribution Site for PGP v5.5
bootNet Distribution Site for PGP v5.53
|The "for Business Security" version of PGP v5.0.
is different from v5.0, though.
|Distribution Site for PGP v5.0 Series i for Win95/NT||PGP v5.0i was legally exported from the United States
is thus fully legal to use outside the US. The default
keyserver is horowitz.surfnet.nl instead of pgpkeys.mit.edu.
PGP Freeware 5.0i can only generate DSS/Diffie-Hellman
keys, not RSA keys.
|Distribution Site for PGP v5.0 Series i for DOS||For those of you not capable of running Win32 software,
here is the DOS version of PGP v5.0i. It has been ported
using Watcom-C 11.0.
|MIT Distribution Site for PGP v5.0||PGP v5.0 supports the newer DSS/Diffie-Hellman keys
that goes up to 4096-bits. RSA keys, for compatibility
with older official versions of PGP, will only accomodate
up to 2048-bits. Also, in PGP v5.0 and later, the
message digest uses a Secure Hash Algorthm (only
when using the newer DSS keys) instead of the MD5
hash algorthim found in older versions of PGP, when
signing your messages. The SHA hash uses a 160-bit
algorithm instead of MD5's 128-bit algorithm. Phil
Zimmerman said in the manual that comes with PGP v5.0
that the MD5 cannot be trusted anymore since it has a
likelyhood of being broken. In fact, he stated that he
expects this to happen very soon. PGP v5.0 is also
much faster than the older versions of PGP. However,
PGP v5.0 uses a graphical interface (no need for shells)
and is only for Win95/NT or a compatable 32-bit OS.
Thanks to Dan Freeza for this information!
|Distribution Site for PGP v2.6.3 Series uin||The latest and greatest in the "Unofficial
version". Like the rest of the ui series, this one is fully
GPL, since it is based on the original PGP 2.3a, which
was GPL, too. The greatest thing about this version is
that it supports 8192-bit keys!
Site for PGP v2.6.2 Series g for DOS
Distribution Site for PGP v2.6.2 Series g for OS/2
|Also known as the "Rebel" or "Guerilla version".
maximum key size supported is 4096-bits. PGP v2.6.2g
doesn't use the RSAREF. Bugs fixed. Allows the
"legal kludge" to be disabled. 4096-bit keys produced by
PGP v2.6.2g are not readable by PGP v5.0x.
|Distribution Site for Even Better Privacy v2.7||Based on PGP v2.6.3i, this version, also known as EBP
v2.7, features several choices of algorithms (Rabin's
public key scheme or RSA, SAFER or IDEA, HAVAL,
or MD5), a more efficient modexp-function, choice of
length of message digest (max 256) and number of
passes in HAVAL, Miller-Rabin primetests combined
with Fermat's test, allows you to choose extra
primetests, and allows you to choose the Goodprime-
function without recompiling, yet is compatable with
PGP. You can import your old secret key and extract
public keys/encrypt/sign in PGP format. Possibly
Site for PGP v2.6.3 Series in for DOS
Distribution Site for PGP v2.6.3 Series in for OS/2
|PGP v2.6.3i with even more bug fixes and enhancements,
including many PGP v5.0 features.
Sites for PGP v2.6.3 Series i
Patch to Upgrade to v2.6.3 Series ia
|Also known as the "International version". MPILIB
usedinstead of RSAREF. Maximum key size
supported is still 2048-bits. Bugs fixed. Series ia has even
more bugs fixed.
|MIT Distribution Site for PGP v2.6.2||RSAREF
used, maximum key size of 2048-bits, has
|Distribution Site for PGP v2.6.3 Series ui||Also known as the "Unofficial
Tony Lezard in the UK based this version of PGP on
Mathew's PGP v2.6ui, but tried to bring it up-to-date
with the latest PGP 2.6.x improvements, such as bigger
keys, bug-fixes, new command options, etc. Then
Steve Crompton accomplished this task with v2.6.3ui.
It is the only version fully compatible with all versions
of PGP from v2.0 to v2.7. It incorporates a number of
bug fixes and features not available in the MIT release
or in 2.6.x.i releases based on the MIT release. This
version, like 2.3a and 2.6xui before it, is published
under the terms of the GPL.
Distribution Site for PGPfone v1.0
MIT Distribution Site for PGPfone v1.0
|Secure your telephone with PGP encryption.
Requires copies of MFC40.DLL and MSVCRT40.DLL.
Requires Win95/NT or a compatable 32-bit OS.
|PGP Software Developer Kit||The PGP SDK is a C programmer's toolkit that allows
software developers to readily add PGP's strong
cryptographic technology to their own applications.
|Global Security v3.10||PGPfone alternative using different encryption technology.|
|Nautilus Secure Phone||PGPfone alternative using different encryption technology.|
|Fortify for Netscape||Upgrades many international versions of Netscape to the
128-bit RC4 & 168-bit 3DES encryption U.S. & Canada
|SSLeay is the most popular, widely available crypto library
that includes (among alot of other things) full strength
SSLv2 and SSLv3 implementations.
|Chaffing and Winnowing: Confidentiality without Encryption||Instead of encryption or seganography, this paper
introduces a new technique, which we call ``chaffing and
winnowing''---to winnow is to ``separate out or eliminate
(the poor or useless parts),'' (Webster's Dictionary), and is
often used when referring to the process of separating
grain from chaff.
|Official Pretty Good Privacy Homepage||Official site for PGP Inc., owned by Phil Zimmerman.|
|The International PGP Home Page||Official site for the International versions of PGP.
Mirrors in Australia, Italy, Norway, Portugal, and the UK.
|The Unofficial International PGP Home Page||Official site for the Unofficial International versions of PGP.|
|The comp.security.pgp FAQ||This is the list of Frequently Asked Questions for the
Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) encryption program written by
|Official WinPGP® Home Page||Official site for WinPGP, a PGP v2.6.Xx shell.|
Official Home Page
Steganos for Win95 v1.0
|Program used to hide data in many types of files.|
|Hide and Seek v4.1||Program used to hide data inside GIFs.|
|S-Tools v4.0||Program used to hide data inside WAVs.|
|KOH / Potassium Hydroxide||Used to quickly encrypt entire disks.|
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