Re: transferring legal and confidential files

Subject: Re: transferring legal and confidential files
From: Lou Quillio <public -at- quillio -dot- com>
To: James Jones <doc-x -at- earthlink -dot- net>
Date: Wed, 09 Aug 2006 21:28:15 -0400

James Jones wrote:
> What say you with regard to keeping confidential stuff
> confidential on the Internet?

("What say you"?)

StrongSpace. So say I.

Methinks thine security wonts dost too crave GPG.

Prithee, forsake the Outlook of thine discontent. Allowest the
Norse bird of thunder to make mystery of missives.

Show 'em how to encrypt and sign what they send you, dude-rick.
Share it back with StrongSpace. Maybe get a little BaseCamp going, too.

Always use a strong passphrase. Here's one: !ago5uxEggz

Need help choosing? Three letters: A-P-G

I guess the Windows-handicapped might want to look for W-A-P-G


ps. Watch out for those in-reply-to headers, James. Your
free-standing post is buried deep in a clogged thread about ...
something or other. Anybody who views posts threaded and has tuned
this thread out would miss it entirely.

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