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A new pgp beta version. Requires pgp 2.3.0 to run.

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AutoPGP 2.05
Revised 1994/04/10

Offline e-mail encryption with PGP.
Supports XBoard and Offliner, as well as
any QWK mail reader. Encrypts, decrypts
and signs messages or part(s) of a
message; inserts/extracts public keys
and ascii armored files + much more!
Requires PGP23A.ZIP. Shareware.


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A new pgp beta version. Requires pgp 2.3.0 to run.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
AUTOPGP.DOC 43441 14707 deflated
CHECKSIG.BAT 265 140 deflated
DECRYPT.EXE 34693 34226 deflated
DECRYPT.SIG 124 124 stored
ENCRYPT.EXE 34735 34254 deflated
ENCRYPT.SIG 125 125 stored
FILE_ID.DIZ 304 230 deflated
HISTORY.DOC 461 228 deflated
INSTALL.EXE 23938 23672 deflated
INSTALL.SIG 125 125 stored
README.1ST 1691 891 deflated
REGISTER.EXE 13987 13744 deflated
REGISTER.SIG 125 125 stored
TPCREAD.ME 199 165 deflated

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Contents of the README.1ST file


AutoPGP 2.05
Revised 1994/04/10

Offline e-mail encryption with PGP.
Supports XBoard and Offliner, as well as
any QWK mail reader. Encrypts, decrypts
and signs messages or part(s) of a
message; inserts/extracts public keys
and ascii armored files + much more!
Requires PGP23A.ZIP. Shareware.
Readme file for AutoPGP v2.05


WARNING: This program requires use of the Pretty Good Privacy (PGP)
public key encryption program by Philip Zimmermann. Before you start
using AutoPGP, make sure that you are not violating national law, as
use of PGP may be prohibited in some countries. Furthermore, the RSA
algorithm employed by PGP is patented by a California company called
Public Key Partners (U.S. patent #4,405,829), and you may be
infringing this patent if you use PGP in the USA. This is explained
in the PGP User's Guide, Vol. 2 (PGPDOC2.DOC), which is distributed
along with the PGP executable.


The APGP20B5.ZIP distribution archive contains the following files:

FILE_ID.DIZ - File description
DECRYPT.EXE - AutoPGP-Decrypt v2.05
ENCRYPT.EXE - AutoPGP-Encrypt v2.05
INSTALL.EXE - Installation program for AutoPGP
REGISTER.EXE - Program to register AutoPGP
*.SIG - Signature sertificates for .EXE files
CHECKSIG.BAT - Batch file to check the signatures
AUTOPGP.DOC - English documentation
HISTORY.DOC - Version history
README.1ST - This file


HOW TO INSTALL AutoPGP:

1. Check the integrity of DECRYPT.EXE, ENCRYPT.EXE, INSTALL.EXE and
REGISTER.EXE by executing CHECKSIG.BAT.
2. Copy all the files in the distribution archive to a separate directory
(e.g. C:\PGP\AUTOPGP).
3. Change to this directory (CD C:\PGP\AUTOPGP) and run INSTALL.
4. Enter 'READ' to start your mail reader.
5. You may now use AutoPGP freely within the evaluation period, which is
30 days. If you want to continue using AutoPGP after this, you will
have to register it. See details in AUTOPGP.DOC.


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