On Tue, 21 Sep 2010, Floyd Resler wrote:
> I used OpenSSL to generate the P12 file (I haven't actually sent this
> to anyone since I'm still testing).  So, I assumed that it was okay
> for distribution.  Perhaps not.  At any rate, I like the idea of the
> OpenPGP better.  I'll see how to do that. 

Oh good, good.  That should work just fine.  I thought you were saying
that you'd sent the webserver's keys to the end-user.

There's an email encryption method called S/MIME that uses that uses
certificates and such that I think is handled pretty well by Outlook (or
whatever Microsoft users do their email with these days).  You could
also look into that.  It *might* be easier for your end-users.

Erik Arneson <dyb...@lnouv.com>
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