Adam McKenna <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

>On Mon, Jul 31, 2000 at 06:04:12PM -0400, Michael T. Babcock wrote:
>> Use any version of PGP or "PGP for Windows" and use the clipboard encryption
>> features:
>> 1) select all text (Ctrl-A)
>> 2) "copy" (Ctrl-C)
>> 3) click on PGP tray icon
>> 4) click "sign & encrypt"
>> 5) enter password
>> 6) click window of program with selected text
>> 7) "paste" (Ctrl-V) (replacing original with encrypted + signed cipher-text)
>It's not even this complicated with 6.5.  You click on the window whose text
>you want to encrypt, click on the try icon, and click "encrypt window" (or
>something like that).  PGP automatically does the copying and pasting for you.

Still too hard. The way it *should* work is that I click "Send", a
pop-up asks me for my pasword, and the message is sent signed and


Reply via email to