1995-09-25 - Re: What version of PGP?

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From: Derek Atkins <warlord@MIT.EDU>
To: bret@bjohns.win.net (Bret A. Johnson)
Message Hash: 53be71f2a6dfcf90aa3f5fd32d0b71f9c1affca1ff0fc712e881fdf177b4180d
Message ID: <199509250549.BAA20660@toxicwaste.media.mit.edu>
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UTC Datetime: 1995-09-25 05:50:05 UTC
Raw Date: Sun, 24 Sep 95 22:50:05 PDT

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From: Derek Atkins <warlord@MIT.EDU>
Date: Sun, 24 Sep 95 22:50:05 PDT
To: bret@bjohns.win.net (Bret A. Johnson)
Subject: Re: What version of PGP?
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Message-ID: <199509250549.BAA20660@toxicwaste.media.mit.edu>
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> I got PGP 262 off MIT.
> The file was PGP262si.tar
> Is this the international version with week crypto? os is it the US
> version?

Actually, the file you got was pgp262s.tar.gz (or something equivalent.)
Inside this tarfile you found pgp262si.tar, which is the Source, Internal
tarfile.  It is not am international version; it is the US version.

Also, neither the US version nor any international versions have weak