Report Project: EncryptYorMessages.co.uk in Everything Linux Posted October 30, 2011 Morning Bertrand, I find this a good initiative. The website looks good as well (though I did not check the videos). Don't think many people realise the transparancy that internet communication entails.I still find it surprising that we hand over whatever details to the unknown simply because it goes into a computer (which then somehow makes it trustworthy). Having said that I must admit that I also do not encrypt my email as I still haven't quite been able to get encryption fully up and running on my own system (Mandriva Linux; using Claws as mail user agent with the PGP/Mime plugin to handle the communication with GPG). Lack of others who write/accept encrypted always caused this to be one of the projects that never made it to the top of the list. I do sign my email though -- only to find out that some corporate incoming email scanners get upset by that. Will dig again into it (as it can't be that hard) and report back once I cracked it. One other comment though -- your tutorial makes also clear to users that the internet knows little privacy, yet you ask posters to use their real name and not their alias. Personally I never use my own name, but always one of my aliases. I know that I will always be traceable by IP to within a few miles of my home anyway and that anybody who can convince my ISP (i.e. ideally only with backing of the law) can convert the IP into my name. That gives me enough visibility me thinks... So I will go back to my email system and once and for all sort out encryption in Claws and can then may be contribute that to your site.