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Portable Security Programs Project

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Getting started using cryptography can be a pain, at time taking hours to set up correctly and learn how to use. Here is a collection of encryption related applications that have already been configured to be portable, secure, and interoperable.

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Communications

Features

  • Pre-configured applications
  • Configured to use GnuPG &Off The Record(OTR)
  • Totally portable

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Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows), GTK+, XUL

Registered

2010-05-02

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