not sure if this is the best SE site for this question SafeGmail is a way to encrypt email body test with PGP. Once you click "send" the email is encrypted and sent as encrypted text. This seems safe ...
When I enter my Gmail account (Ubuntu precise, Firefox with a few addons—AdBlock, WOT, Ghostery, HTTPS Everywhere) the encryption of the page works normally (snapshot 1), and keeps on doing so until I ...
I signed up for a free PGP key provider that worked with my Gmail account. I set it up to work with Apple Mail in Mac OS X Lion. Now, I realize I never use this encryption key, and I want to remove ...
I ask because I connect to Gmail over HTTPS and if emails sent from one account to another (or the same account, just to back something up) don't actually leave Google then it's end-to-end email ...
What encryption is used when my password is sent across in gmails/when I do online banking? RSA? DSA? Public-private key encryption?. In key encryption, which entity is assigned a public/private key? ...
What's the best solution for encrypting emails sent from within Gmail. This could be a browser extension, a GreaseMonkey script, or something else. I realize that whoever is receiving the email will ...