DOSTM front-ends for
Phil Zimmerman's Pretty GoodTM Privacy
Most of these DOS-based shells reside in my anonymous FTP directory.
If preferred, they can be download via FTP from ftp.hauert.net/pgp.dos.frontends.
If you want your product added to this page, send the address it can be
retrieved from to: email@example.com
All files are in PKZIP format. To the best of my knowledge, these
ZIP archives are the complete and original compressed archive provided
by the respective authors. Because I do not control the security measures
utilized by my ISP, I cannot vouch for the security of my FTP directory,
and thus, cannot guarantee that the files you retrieve have not been tampered
with. I have created detached
PGP signatures for each compressed archive. You are encouraged to download
the .SIG file for any archive you retrieve, as well as my
Public Key, and to check the validity of the archive retrieved from
PGP Wolf, v.
0.5.3(Beta) © by Randall Williams. PGP Wolf
is an interactive shell that supports point-and-click, as well as menu-driven
operation. Full range of encrypt, decrypt, & key management functions.
Many other nice extras. Currently freeware for BETA testing.
v. 3.3 © by James Still. PGPShell is an interactive,
easy-to-use, menu-driven shell that manages PGP by showing the PGP commands
in an easy-to-read, friendly format. Freeware.
by Stefan Kuehn. PGPportable is a package of PGP2.6.3i and PGPshell3.3
which is small enough to start from floppydisk. Includes a small batch
to make the installation easier.
3.1© by Sid A. Bass, (dba Usual Software,
firstname.lastname@example.org). PGPMENU is an ASCII text graphic menu system
to perform the functions of encrypting, decrypting, key management and
digital signatures. You can call your text editor from the Main Menu. Freeware.
v. 0.99© by Walter H. Van Holst., (email@example.com).
PGP-Front is a user-friendly, interactive DOS shell. Freeware.
Pretty Good PGP Shell©
by Eelco Cramer (firstname.lastname@example.org) & Eric Limpens (email@example.com). Pretty
Good PGP Shell is a user-friendly, sophisticated, professional shell that
uses a hierarchical menu set, which is divided so the commands of PGP can
be easily reached.
& Message Editor© by Bruce E. Murtha
(firstname.lastname@example.org). This is a DOS shell program intended to help
the new or occasional user to use PGP without remembering all the command
line switches. Freeware.
PGP for Idiots,
v. 3.0© by Silent Running Software. (email@example.com).
PGP For Idiots! is a DOS shell that provides a menu for PGP commands to
assist the user of PGP, regardless of their level of skill. Shareware.
MPGP v. 1.x ©
by Mark T. Anderson (http://www.clark.net/pub/mta/mpgp.html). MPGP is a
simple DOS shell allowing one to easily encrypt/decrypt files using wildcards
using PGP's conventional encryption. The program also supports public key
encryption. It would typically be used to encrypt all of the files in a
directory. Freeware. NOTE: This link is to MPGP's home page, not Scott
Hauert's FTP site.
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