My advice is to use PGP. In the interests of full disclosure, I used to be the CTO there. I think it's a fine product. Yes, I know Network Associates has put it into limbo. It will come out of limbo. You can still find versions of it stores or on the Web. Last week, it was the #4 best selling software product on Amazon. Not bad for something in limbo.
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