- Create your keypair (a private key and a public key) and get and manage the public keys of other people; we call this feature PGP Keys.
- Encrypt email messages to other people and decrypt email messages sent to you; we call this feature PGP Mail.
- Encrypt a portion of your hard disk so that it’s fully protected even if it’s stolen; we call this feature PGP Disk.
- PGP also does things—wipe files so that they are completely gone, for example—but these are the main things.
What's new in this version:
- Building on top of the solid PGP technology base, PGP 8.0 for Mac OS X features a completely new Cocoa-based user interface to take maximum advantage of Apple's new operating system. PGP 8.0 for Mac OS X offers numerous evolutionary improvements as well as the following new features:
- Full support for Mac OS X 10.2 (If you have Mac OS X 10.0 or 10.1, you need to upgrade to 10.2.1 or later.)
- Full PGP Disk interoperability with PGP Disks created by all prior PGP Disk products for ... See all new features »