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Re: BUGTRAQ:// Re: PGP 6.5.1 has been released
From: nickc () STAFFNET COM (Nick_)
Date: Thu, 8 Jul 1999 09:31:45 -0400


On Wed, 7 Jul 1999, Nick_ wrote:

NEW FEATURES IN 6.5.1
*SNIP*

I've not been able to find an answer on nai.com, or other PGP
related web sites..  Apparently PGPdisk which was included in
PGP Freeware 6.0.2, is no longer part of the PGP Freeware suite.
Nor can I find it stand alone as Freeware.


The freeware version as released by NAI has never included PGPdisk.  The
version released through overseas channels (Replay, etc..) included
it with their version.

This has been the source of much discussion on the pgp users mailing list.

The version as distributed by NAI via mcafee.com, as a link from the 'try'
button on the www.nai.com PGP site, is a zip by the name of
PGP_Personal_Privacy_6_0_2.zip.  It has with in it a setup.exe w/ a .sig
from NAI, which includes PGPdisk.  The installed product goes by the
name of PGP for Personal Privacy 6.0.2 DH.  I got this product from US
sites, directly affiliated with NAI/PGP/McAfee.

As you stated above, this is not the Freeware version, this is an unexpiring
30-day Trialware version of PGP for Personal Privacy.  So my Original
Message was not completely factual, I am only aware of PGPdisk being
included in PGP for Personal Privacy 30 day Demo 6.0.2, not PGP
Freeware 6.0.2

-Nick

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