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Re: PGP Inc has gone to the dogs



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In <[email protected]>, on 12/12/98 
   at 03:10 AM, Reeza! <[email protected]> said:

>Cleaning out the dross, I found this.

>What was "broken" in pgp50?


In doing my port of 5.0 to OS/2 I found and patched a couple of minor bugs
in pgp, none of them security related. I don't know what Adam is refering
to as "broken" except perhaps the change in the commandline so 5.0 doesn't
work with 2.6.x scripts & plugins.



>At 10:16 AM 10/18/98 +0100, Adam Back wrote:
>>
>>PGP Inc has taken leave of it's sense.  Masses of untrue claims on web
>>pages (take a look at examples below), no RSA support, no unix
>>versions (other than old broken pgp50).


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William H. Geiger III  http://www.openpgp.net
Geiger Consulting    Cooking With Warp 4.0

Author of E-Secure - PGP Front End for MR/2 Ice
PGP & MR/2 the only way for secure e-mail.
OS/2 PGP 5.0 at: http://www.openpgp.net/pgp.html
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Tag-O-Matic: DOS=HIGH? I knew it was on something...

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