PGP Poised For Major Comeback

    Date24 Oct 2002
    CategoryCryptography
    3067
    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    PGP encryption products will be back on the market by the end of the year, with a raft of new releases in the pipeline. PGP 8.0 will be out by the end of December and will include a freeware version . . . PGP encryption products will be back on the market by the end of the year, with a raft of new releases in the pipeline. PGP 8.0 will be out by the end of December and will include a freeware version for non-commercial use, a single user personal package and an enterprise version. A public beta of the new software, which has had over 300,000 downloads in the last fortnight, is available here.

    XP and Mac OSX support will be built in, and a Lotus Notes module is also being launched. A Linux version will have to wait until a non-competition clause with Network Associates expires in 18 months' time.

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