Encryption can be difficult to use. It can also be frustrating. Even worse, one does not know if it will really work. For example, it is not easy for a beginner to use PGP correctly. Many systems are set up so that the non-expert will use weakened encryption. Unfortunately, most systems from the United States are not dependable. According to the news in the last several years, many American security products have had holes knocked into them.
In the coming weeks we will present step-by-step instructions on how to find and use PGP that has not been weakened.