Recent Changes to Privacy Enhanced Electronic Mail
- M. Bishop,
“Recent Changes to Privacy-Enhanced Electronic Mail,”
Journal of Internetworking: Research and Experience 4(1)
pp. 47–59 (Mar. 1993).
Privacy enhanced electronic mail is a set of protocols which provide confidentiality, authenticity, and integrity for electronic mail. A version of these protocols was released in August 1989, and revised two years later. Since then, several other changes were made to the protocols, many of them minor, but some major. This note describes these changes.
This is the manuscript version.
The definitive version was published in
Journal of Internetworking: Research and Experience 4