PGP Personal Privacy (v. 7.0) - box pack - 1 user

Mfg.Part: PPD0001NA700 | CDW Part: 250517 | UNSPSC: 43233205
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  • (v. 7.0)
  • box pack
  • 1 user
  • CD
  • Win
  • Mac
  • English
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  • (v. 7.0)
  • box pack
  • 1 user
  • CD
  • Win
  • Mac
  • English
  • 128-bit
The latest version of PGP introduces a powerful new network encryption capability called PGPnet, which provides a transparent path for encrypting all network communications between a PC and other machines on the Internet. Users can now feel safe using applications that send sensitive data over the Internet, such as collaboration tools, Internet chat, video conferencing and multi-player games. PGPnet can encrypt all TCP/IP-based communications to and from a PC. Under the covers, it uses Virtual Private Networking standards called IPSEC and IKE, ensuring compatibility with almost all VPN devices on the Internet - including firewalls for secure remote access.

PGP Personal Privacy includes "plug-in" modules for popular email applications such as Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Exchange, Outlook Express, and Qualcomm's Eudora. In addition, PGP users can now send strongly encrypted files to non-PGP users for the first time ever. A new Self-Decrypting Archive feature allows users to encrypt files using the same strong encryption for which PGP is famous, with the added benefit that the recipient does not need to own a copy of PGP. The recipient simply double-clicks on the self-decrypting file and enters the password used by the sender to encrypt the file. A convenient toolbar provides quick access to the most often used PGP functions, such as encryption, authentication, and secure file deletion. PGP also includes PGP Disk functionality to provide lightning-quick encryption of an entire disk volume.

Using public/private key technology, PC users can instantly encrypt, sign, decrypt or verify any file or folder. PGP utilizes military-grade encryption with a minimum key length of 128-bits, thus rendering data unreadable by even the most sophisticated attackers. Through integration with Windows Explorer and the System Tray, PGP provides several easy ways to secure private data. PGP also includes wizards that step users through tasks like creating encryption keys and setting up secure network connection.