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|>|PGP (Pretty Good Privacy)  
> Access to the content HTML Beginning of the presentation
Also available:
PS Postscript version of the presentation [42KB, 26 pages]
PS Encryption processus used by PGP [3KB, 1 page]
PS Decryption processus used by PGP [3KB, 1 page]
PS Exemple of a message signed with PGP and RIPEM [11KB, 2 pages]
> Description Presentation of PGP.
Note: HSC does not distribute PGP. To get information on how to obtain PGP, you can consult, for example, The International PGP Home Page.  
> Context & Dates Talk made before the SUR group from the OSSIR , on 28 June 1994, and at a GERET meeting on 15 September 1994.
> Author Ollivier Robert 
> Type 19 slides [ French - HTML ]  
> Abstract &
Table of content
Pourquoi PGP ?
Systèmes à clé privée
Systèmes à clé publique
Les signatures
L'auteur, Philip Zimmermann
Le programme PGP
Principes de fonctionnement
Gestion des clés : The Web of Trust
La Concurrence : RIPEM, TIS/PEM
Annexe 1 : Sites FTP
Annexe 2 : Usenet
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