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[Discuss] Relevance of PGP?

> From: at [mailto:discuss-
> at] On Behalf Of Bill Ricker
> And it would be even nice if the nice person doing all
> that for free managed not to compromise security while doing it, but
> rather less likely. "Easy, Secure, Free, pick two" isn't guaranteed the
> quick, good, cheap - pick two is, but ...

You're right, nobody ever does anything good or builds any good product,
distributed for free.   ;-)  That would turn the world upside down!  ;-)

BTW, I use StartSSL to generate all my SSL (https, tls) and s/mime
certificates for free.  So the only ingredient of the above wish list that
I'm currently lacking is ... I have to install my cert into my mail client
in order to use it.  That's easy for me, but not quite easy enough for my

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