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Pidgin-Encryption 3.0

A pidgin plugin that NSS to provide transparent RSA encryption.


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Total downloads: 154
  • Last Updated: Nov 24, 2010
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows 7/Vista/XP
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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For Pidgin-Encryption 3.0Publisher's description


Pidgin-Encryption is a Social & Communication software developed by Bill Tompkins. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Pidgin-Encryption:

Edit by Brothersoft: Pidgin-Encryption transparently encrypts your instant messages with RSA encryption. Easy-to-use, but very secure.
Here are some key features of "Pidgin-Encryption (formerly Gaim-Encryption)":

· Automatically creates a public/private key pair for you upon loading the plugin
· Automatically transmits your public key to other users.
· Supports 512 - 4096 bit keys.
· Saves keys of known users, and warns you if their public key has changed.
· Embeds all encryption and keys inside HTML, so if the other user doesn't have the plugin, they will get a little message telling them about the plugin, and won't get a screen full of garbage.
· Stores keys in human Readable files in your .gaim/.pidgin directory, in case you ever need to Copy/edit them by hand. Which you really shouldn't have to do.
· Automatically recognizes if you are Chatting with someone who has the plugin- see the Preferences dialog.
· Available for the Windows version of Pidgin.
· Modular and extensible. If you want to define a different type of encryption, you can use this plugin as a wrapper to take care of transporting the encrypted binary over the IM pipe.
you can free download Pidgin-Encryption 3.0 now.

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