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Phil Zimmermann's post-PGP project: privacy for a price

Phil Zimmermann released PGP for free, but he's planning to charge about $20 a month for his new Silent Circle encryption service. It's unlikely to be applauded by encryption-wary law enforcement agencies.

By Jun. 12, 2012

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PGP Desktop disks not mounting after OS X 10.7.4 update

While some PGP Desktop installations may stop working, you can clone PGP disks to unencrypted images to access your files.

By May. 14, 2012

Review

PGP Personal for Windows 8.0

PGP 8.0 is an industrial-strength encryption program with all the features necessary to protect your files and online communications.

Dec. 18, 2002

4 stars Editors' rating Dec. 18, 2002

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Symantec buys crypto firms PGP and GuardianEdge

Symantec plans to integrate encryption products from the two companies into its data loss prevention suite and endpoint protection products.

By Apr. 29, 2010

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Judge orders defendant to decrypt PGP-protected laptop

Federal court orders defendant accused of having illegal data on his laptop to type in his PGP passphrase so prosecutors can access decrypted files.

By Feb. 26, 2009

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PGP, IBM help Bletchley Park raise funds

Campaign to help save the deteriorating buildings that host historical World War II cryptography machines travels to the United States, garnering attention from tech companies.

By Sep. 8, 2008

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Utilities Updates: PGP Desktop 9.0; PGP Universal 2.0; InterMapper 4.3b3; more

Utilities Updates: PGP Desktop 9.0; PGP Universal 2.0; InterMapper 4.3b3; more

By May. 9, 2005

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PGP: Whole disk encryption for Mac OS X is 'in active development'

PGP Corp. says a full-disk encryption utility for Mac OS X is being developed, which will pick up where existing programs like the built-in FileVault leave off.

By Feb. 11, 2008

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Feds appeal loss in PGP compelled-passphrase case

A magistrate judge has ruled that, thanks to the Fifth Amendment, a criminal defendant cannot be compelled to divulge his PGP passphrase. The U.S. Justice Department is appealing.

By Jan. 18, 2008

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Feds use keylogger to thwart PGP, Hushmail

Court case provides a rare glimpse into how some federal agents deal with encryption: by breaking into a suspect's office, implanting a keylogger and watching what happens from afar.

By Jul. 10, 2007