Since Emails are sent as plain text messages, encrypting and signing them is crucial. Anybody sniffing the connection traffic on routes used to deliver the message could have a look at your private e-mail or manipulate contents without having to open any envelope. Therefore, this tutorial is about encrypting your e-mails using PGP (= Pretty Good Privacy). This cipher is 100% proof against cracking attempts if the algorithm and bit length for the keys are chosen well. This tutorial can be used with any popular email provider like Yahoo! Mail, G-Mail, GMX, Web.de,etc. You will not have any costs for encrypting your e-mails, pretty good ;) . You are also able to create unique signatures for e-mails, files, etc. This way, recipients can ensure the authenticity of a received e-mail....
Posted at 2014-04-27 22:43:43
( updated at 2018-09-17 22:27:06 - $3b4sh )