The following is a list of articles relating to both postive developments and critiques of all things pertaining to PGP. The goal is to create a healthy dialectic which helps projects and users within the PGP community achieve better usability and adoption.
- Standardizing Secure PGP Private Key Sync (Archive.org) – Whiteout, Jul 6, 2015
- Securing Email Communications from Facebook (Archive.org) – Facebook, Jun 1, 2015
- Secure PGP Key Sync – A Proposal II (Archive.org) – Whiteout, Apr 8, 2015
- Transitional rules for automated key validation (Archive.org) – LEAP, 2015
- User-Focused Security: End-to-End Encryption Extension for Yahoo Mail – Yahoo, Mar 15, 2015
- PGP: There’s Life In The Old Dog Yet (Archive.org) – Whiteout, Feb 25, 2015
- Making PGP Key Management Invisible So Johnny Can Encrypt (Archive.org) – Whiteout,
- Secure PGP Key Sync – A Proposal (Archive.org) – Whiteout, Jul 7, 2014
- Making end-to-end encryption easier to use – Google, Jun 3, 2014
- GPG and me – Moxie Marlinspike
- More thoughts on working with GnuPG – Mailpile
- Some thoughts on working with GnuPG – Mailpile
- certificate transparency for PGP? – Yan Zhu
- What’s the matter with PGP? – Matthew Green
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