Review: PGP's PGP Desktop Professional 9.0

Thursday, 23 June 2005, 9:10 AM EST

Public key cryptography is filled with enough complicated equations to drive even mathematicians to change careers. Luckily, PGP Corp. has simplified the concept with PGP Desktop Professional 9.0, which makes it easier than ever to secure e-mail and instant messaging. The latest version of PGP Desktop also lets you encrypt an entire hard disk, create secured virtual disks and work with select smart cards.

By Christopher T. Beers at Security Pipeline.

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