Macworld online

August 1995
Macworld;Aug1995, Vol. 12 Issue 8, p43
Argues that commercial online services provides more security than the Internet. Reason for this view; Details on the Pretty Good Privacy (PGP), which provides some degree of security for sending personal information; Information pertaining to PGP use of cryptography; Creation of passwords.


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