Would you like to send an encrypted message or file?
By sending encrypting messages, you will prevent unwanted eyes (NSA) from reading the contents of your emails. Sending an encrypted message isn't more complicated than sending unsecured messages. Check out the basic concept here.
Attached you'll find my Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) Public Key for email address ross[at]sipakov.com (798FB8F584934277)
You can use this key to encrypt and secure our messages. To start using it, you'll need to install an OpenPGP software on your computer. Below you'll find a list of possible solutions for your operating system:
Please import the PGP Public Key into your local OpenPGP Key-Manager. Looking forward to exchange snooping-free messages with you!