* Article: "An Introduction to GNU Privacy Guard (Part 2)"
* Article: "Cryptographic hash function" - about
* Article: Disk Encryption HOWTO
* Article: Encrypted Root Filesystem HOWTO
* Article: GnuPG Gentoo user guide @ Gentoo.org
* Article: GPG Quick Start
* Article: "How to not look lost at a key-signing" re: gpg gnupg pgp @ debian.org
* Article: OpenSSL Command-Line HOWTO
* Article: "PGP Creator's Zfone Encrypts VoIP"
* Article: Pine+OpenSSL HOWTO
* Article: "This document intends to help you with running a keysigning session."
* Article: "Using Keys with SSH"
* crypto.com "Matt Blaze's cryptography resource"
* "Encryption and Security-related Resources"
* enigmail "is an extension to the mail client of Mozilla / Netscape and Mozilla Thunderbird which allows users to access the authentication and encryption features provided by the popular GnuPG software"
* Gabber The GNOME Jabber Client
* GnuPG.org - Frontends
* KGPG "is a simple, free, open source KDE frontend for gpg"
* Lots of Cryptography info @ Wikipedia
* MIT PGP Key Server
* NCrypt Project Page
* OpenSSL: The Open Source toolkit for SSL/TLS
* Seahorse project page @ freshmeat
* Tiger: A Fast New Hash Function (Designed in 1995)
* True Crypt
* Using GPG Keys @ fedoraproject.org This information comes from the Fedora project page. Feel free to ignore the part about Fedora if you're not participating in that project, this page is being linked for helpful gpg information and the fedoraproject page for this has some nice info on this. :)
* Whirlpool Hash Function, The
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