PGP for Snow Leopard Shipping

 

PGP 10.0 is now out of beta and shipping for Snow Leopard. The new version includes several nice upgrades including support for Boot Camp, Windows 7 (32 & 64 bit), and Linux support. I’ve been running the beta a few months and had no troubles. Encryption and decryption are faster and PGP reports there are additional safeguards against boot disk corruption. If you have sensitive data on your Mac, I’ve found no better solution than PGP.

5 Comments PGP for Snow Leopard Shipping

  1. parkdodge@mac.com

    i would love, love, love it if you would do a mac power user episode on PGP with mac. i have installed PGP Desktop 10.0.2, running Mac OS 10.6.4 and Mail 4.3. for the life of me, i can not get the applications to cooperate. i originally purchased PGP to run file/folder and whole disk encryption. but i have found that i have had to uninstall it so that i could reclaim my Mail functionality.

    thank you for everything. nothing pleases me more than to see an episode download appear in my iTunes with a new edition of mac power users!
    regards,
    park dodge

    Reply
  2. parkdodge@mac.com

    i would love, love, love it if you would do a mac power user episode on PGP with mac. i have installed PGP Desktop 10.0.2, running Mac OS 10.6.4 and Mail 4.3. for the life of me, i can not get the applications to cooperate. i originally purchased PGP to run file/folder and whole disk encryption. but i have found that i have had to uninstall it so that i could reclaim my Mail functionality.

    thank you for everything. nothing pleases me more than to see an episode download appear in my iTunes with a new edition of mac power users!
    regards,
    park dodge

    Reply
  3. parkdodge@mac.com

    i would love, love, love it if you would do a mac power user episode on PGP with mac. i have installed PGP Desktop 10.0.2, running Mac OS 10.6.4 and Mail 4.3. for the life of me, i can not get the applications to cooperate. i originally purchased PGP to run file/folder and whole disk encryption. but i have found that i have had to uninstall it so that i could reclaim my Mail functionality.

    thank you for everything. nothing pleases me more than to see an episode download appear in my iTunes with a new edition of mac power users!
    regards,
    park dodge

    Reply
  4. parkdodge@mac.com

    i would love, love, love it if you would do a mac power user episode on PGP with mac. i have installed PGP Desktop 10.0.2, running Mac OS 10.6.4 and Mail 4.3. for the life of me, i can not get the applications to cooperate. i originally purchased PGP to run file/folder and whole disk encryption. but i have found that i have had to uninstall it so that i could reclaim my Mail functionality.

    thank you for everything. nothing pleases me more than to see an episode download appear in my iTunes with a new edition of mac power users!
    regards,
    park dodge

    Reply
  5. parkdodge@mac.com

    i would love, love, love it if you would do a mac power user episode on PGP with mac. i have installed PGP Desktop 10.0.2, running Mac OS 10.6.4 and Mail 4.3. for the life of me, i can not get the applications to cooperate. i originally purchased PGP to run file/folder and whole disk encryption. but i have found that i have had to uninstall it so that i could reclaim my Mail functionality.

    thank you for everything. nothing pleases me more than to see an episode download appear in my iTunes with a new edition of mac power users!
    regards,
    park dodge

    Reply

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