In today’s blog post you’ll find how to generate your own set of cryptographic keys and revocation certificate on Windows with Thunderbird email client. All this information is neatly packed into our step-by-step guide! And if you’re still not sure why would you need cryptographic keys and what is revocation certificate for, we covered those topics here too.
You’ve downloaded all the necessary software, you’ve set up Enigmail, so what’s next? Now, it’s important to set your own PIN codes – do that right after you get your Cryptoucan™! In this article you’re going to find a step-by-step manual for Windows using Thunderbird email client.
As you’re watching/reading our how-to-guides, you may get stuck because you just simply cannot find the correct option, setting, button, tab… Unfortunately, Enigmail will set up itself automatically without asking you first – sometimes you’re lucky and it’s set up correctly, sometimes it’s like you’re using a totally different software. In today’s we will share with you our step-by-step guide to setting up Enigmail on Windows.
We’ve already shared an instructional video for installing all the necessary software on Windows for Thunderbird with you. Now it’s time to show you our brand new step-by-step instructional series in text form supported by plenty of screenshots that will guide you through the processes. In this first article we will focus on installing Gpg4win and Enigmail.
In today’s post we will learn how to encrypt, decrypt and sign emails on macOS using Thunderbird email client! If you aren’t a fan of instructional videos, don’t worry. We’ve published a step-by-step guide accompanied by pictures of each step once again which you can find in this article.