On this episode I’m joined by Hernani Marques, a hacker and member of the pEp Foundation, talking about Pretty Easy Privacy, a concerted attempt to make adoption of end-to-end email encryption easier and more ubiquitous through automation of key-making and management through partnering with programs like Outlook and Thunderbird. To learn more about pEp, check out the foundation’s website and follow or get in touch with Hernani via their website, vecirex.net.
pEp.foundation (Core technology & community entity of pEp)
pEp.software (All usable pEp software, commercial and not, and all Free Software)
gnunet.org (P2P framework for secure decentralized applications, including - for pEp - messaging)
sequoia-pgp.org (new OpenPGP library from former GnuPG devs) Reach Out
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