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Protect Your Privacy: The PGP User's Guide
Here is everything general computer users need to secure and protect their networked correspondence using Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) software. Written for the general user who has no background in cryptography or data communications, the book shows how to protect personal e-mail, legal and financial correspondence passing over the network, and networked intracompany confide ...more
Paperback, 302 pages
Published January 1st 1995 by Prentice Hall
(first published December 1994)
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On the whole, a readable and accurate book, but my 1995 1st edition suffers from a really weak chapter on password selection. (Actually, the chapter is fine for password selection, but PGP provides passphrases, a more powerful form of security that needs some additional discussion.)