jackhill at jackhill.us
Sat Apr 14 08:03:27 EDT 2012
On Fri, 13 Apr 2012 22:36:49 -0400
Sarat Sreepathi <sarat at trilug.org> wrote:
> Barry: Thanks for pointing out seahorse.
Being a KDE user, I would like to point out that there is also KGPG.
It's a thin gui wrapper over gpg (it even allows you to pull up the gpg
--edit-key prompt). I'm not sure how that interface compares to
> PGP/MIME is a standard defined in RFC 3156 which allows you to encrypt
> attachments together with the message body and to encrypt HTML mails
> and special character sets. It is superior to the more common so
> called inline-PGP standard. Unfortunately, it is only supported by a
> limited (but growing!) number of mail clients. Apart from Enigmail,
> currently known are: Apple Mail, Becky, Evolution, KMail, Mulberry,
> Sylpheed and The Bat!.
Claws-mail also supports pgg/mime (through a plugin)
Another cool gpg utility is the vim gnupg plugin
<http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=3645>, it allow
transparent editing of pgp encrypted files; preventing the cleartext
from ever hitting disk. The emacs analogous program seems to be called
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