KWLUG Meeting: Monday, 02 April 2007

We have a festival of encryption presentations this month. We'll learn about the GnuPG tools, how and why they work and why you should consider them. We'll also look at using GnuPG tools within a few different email clients.

Presented
Nominee: FreePBX
Date: 
Monday, 2 April 2007
Presentation Topic

Using GnuPG with Thunderbird and Mutt

Andrew Cant will demonstrate and discuss using GnuPG with the Thunderbird and Mutt email clients. After the presentation the attendes should have enough information to go out and use Thunderbird or Mutt to sign, verify, encrypt and decrypt their email.
The presentation is intended for beginner/intermediate.

Presented
Presentation Topic

GnuPG - privacy and authentication (plus KMail, perhaps)

What is GnuPG, you might ask? Well, according to the www.gnupg.org:
"GnuPG is the GNU project's complete and free implementation of the OpenPGP standard as defined by RFC2440 . GnuPG allows to encrypt and sign your data and communication, features a versatile key managment system as well as access modules for all kind of public key directories."

Adam's presentation will attempt to explain what that means and why you might care. This will include an overview of public key cryptography, its uses, and the GnuPG implementation in particular. Time permitting, the use of GnuPG with the KMail email client will also be demonstrated.

Presented
Emcee: 
John Kerr
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