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The ease with which hackers can intercept your email means you have to assume that any email you send could potentially be read by someone other than its intended recipient. The solution is to encrypt your messages, but this is not easy if you use a web-based email account. With gpg4usb you can type a message in a simple text editor, encode the message and then paste it into your email client – all using the standard GPG encryption system.

Category: 2012 Issue 9 November/December, Security
Operating Systems: XP, Vista, 7