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Orphaning pgp5i

	I am orphaning pgp5i. If you want it, take it.

Package: pgp5i
Version: 5.0-3
Priority: optional
Section: non-US/non-free
Maintainer: Tommi Virtanen <tv@debian.org>
Depends: libc6
Architecture: i386
Filename: dists/unstable/non-US/non-free/binary-i386/pgp5i_5.0-3.deb
Size: 918542
MD5sum: d11bd0b3118a45b6de1e791c668f89d4
Description: Public key encryption system (International version)
 Pretty Good Privacy is general-purpose public key encryption
 system written by Philip Zimmerman.  It is often used in email
 conversations where confidentiality and integrity are important.
 This is version 5.0i, and has significant changes compared to
 2.6.3a. You may want to consider keeping the old version handy.
 Please familiarize with pgp before using it for real, or you
 will loose any security you might have gained.
 This version of PGP is the `International' version from Stale
 Schumacher.  It is somewhat faster, and has more useful features.
 However, it does not have a license for its use of the RSA
 cryptosystem, on which some nasty people claim a patent.

unix, linux, debian, networks, security, | You step in the stream,
kernel, TCP/IP, C, perl, free software,  | but the water has moved on.
mail, www, sw devel, unix admin, hacks.  | This page is not here.

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