A Mac users guide to encrypted email

Tuesday, 27 February 2007, 4:09 PM EST

Encryption can be used to keep the contents of the email safe from prying eyes. It can also be used to certify that the message a person receives was actually issued by the individual listed in the messages from field. Email encryption is a complicated process that is simply convoluted for the average computer user. Mac users are no exception, so here’s a rundown on the ins and outs of encrypted email.

At MacLive.

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