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Short Take: PGP releases Mac software

Pretty Good Privacy has released its disk encryption software, PGPdisk, and version 2.0 of its secure Internet telephony product, PGPfone, for the Macintosh. PGPdisk costs $80 and uses 128-bit encryption to store data and files. PGPfone 2.0 costs $50 and provides 128-bit encryption for voice communications between modems and over private intranets, public extranets, and the Internet.

Pretty Good Privacy has released its disk encryption software, PGPdisk, and version 2.0 of its secure Internet telephony product, PGPfone, for the Macintosh. PGPdisk costs $80 and uses 128-bit encryption to store data and files. PGPfone 2.0 costs $50 and provides 128-bit encryption for voice communications between modems and over private intranets, public extranets, and the Internet.