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PGP Encryption Will Survive, Inventor Says
"PGP is an institution," Zimmermann says in a telephone interview from his home in the Silicon Valley. "It is larger than any single code base from any single company. There are a lot of very concerned people from the PGP user community who want to try to find a solution to fill this niche."
NAI embarked on a plan to trim its product line in October and has been looking for a buyer for its PGP products. However, the company confirmed earlier this week that it had dropped its plans to sell PGP because it couldn't find a buyer willing to pay what the company wanted, says Jennifer Kevney, vice president of corporate communications at NAI.
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