I finally got sucked into figuring out how to implement pgp on a
friend's machine, which of course led me to do it on my own.
I am very impressed at how straightforward the implementation of
pgp 2.6.2 is under Yarn. If I hadn't overthought the process :)
it would have been up in a jiffy.
Of course, I did note during all this fooling around that PGP 5.0
is out and that it uses Diffie-Hellman encrypting instead of RSA,
which I understand is a Great Leap Forward (tm)
Thing is, there doesn't appear to be a DOS implementation of PGP
5.0. And there is nothing at the MIT site to indicate there ever
will be. And 2.6.2 can't read Diffie-Hellman keys. So if I want
a key which I can use under both Yarn and Pegasus, I gotta go
What I'm *hoping* to hear is that I have overlooked something,
and that there is a better workaround than just sticking with
2.6.2, or using 5.0 and cut & pasting to the windows clipboard to do
So have I missed anything?
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