E-mail (Thunderbird) with GnuPG encryption

E-mail (Thunderbird) with GnuPG encryption

This is great tool for Mozilla Thunderbird which allows you to encrypt your e-mails so only you and the receiver can view it even if the e-mail is intercepting or obtained by another person.

The only small catch is that you of course have to install an extension to Thunderbird and then configure each account you want to use it with. Really it can probably all be done in a few minutes and the effort is worth it.

If you want the security that only you and the receiver can view your e-mails then get this right away!

http://www.moztips.com/index.php?id=87



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