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Service: Encryption

Before you can use PGP in your correspondence with someone else, you'll have to exchange public keys with them. Here's how.

Service: Encryption

PGP Desktop Encryption has integrated email functions, but the UIC license doesn't include them. However, the PGP Viewer is part of the UIC PGP Desktop Encryption installation. PGP Viewer decrypts, verifies, and displays encrypted or signed files. So if you save an encrypted or signed email message to a file, you can decrypt or verify the saved file with PGP Viewer.

Tags: pgp, encryption
Service: Encryption

Installing is easy, but it can go wrong, and fixing installation problems is not necessarily easy.

Tags: pgp, encryption
Service: Encryption

By default, all keys you import to your keyring are 'untrusted' until you tell PGP otherwise. If you're sure the key is valid and you don't mind getting an error message every time you use it, you can just ignore the invalid key error message.

But you'll probably want to assign some level of trust to the keys you'll use most often. The best way to do this is to sign the key with a non-exportable signature:

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