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Dave wrote:

> Probably a silly question and one I should know but:
>
> Posting to this newsgroup, or any email, or email form, etc WITH the
> PGP signature, how is that more secure that posting without? Does it
> mean the email cannot be intercepted and changed?
>
> Thanks for all help, I'm a bit of a newbie at PGP.


No, it just means that if the message is changed after you send it up to
the newsgroup server then the signature will show up as being bad.


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Roy Smith


I use Mozilla as my Web browser because I want a browser that
complies with Web standards. See .

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