Hi! "J.T. Wenting" <email@example.com> wrote: > I believe you are allowed to use the US version yourself if you live in > Canada, but any users who log in from outside the US or Canada will not be > allowed to do so. I think that in your case it would be best to use the > international version (www.pgpi.com). > > From: Shane Wegner [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] > > I live in Canada and I am wondering what version > > of PGP I should use. Now you know you can use the international version, let me say that you can choose between: a) PGP 2 i b) PGP 5 i b) GNU Privacy Guard PGP 2 i only works with RSA PGP keys. PGP 5 i works with RSA and also with new DSS/Diffie-Helman keys. But the command line sintax is different. GNU Privacy Guard (GPG or GnuPG) works with DSS/ElGamal keys. But there is a patch to make it works also with RSA and DSS/Diffie-Helman keys. It cannot generate these keys, but can work with them. I'm still using PGP 2.6.3in, a modified version PGP 2.6.3i. I'm gonna switch to GNU Privacy Guard. Now I have no time. I think it's the best solution. You can get it from http://www.d.shuttle.de/isil/gnupg . BTW, if you're looking 4 a good mailer that supports PGP 2, PGP 5 or GnuPG, try Mutt (http://www.mutt.org). C U L8R. -- ___ Daniel González Gasull __|_|__ "Un sólo muerto es mailto:email@example.com (o o) ya demasiado." PGP RSA key 1024/EEA93A69 ( - ) -- Nelson Mandela ( . ) ( . ) (_________) > Hi! I'm Signature Virus 99! Copy me into your signature and join the fun!
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