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My customer (Bose Automotive) is required to use PGP. RIAA/MPAA mandates that protected data sent over an open network must be DTCP encrypted.... and all code/documentation pertaining to DTCP must be super double secret (PGP) encrypted.
Anyway - I found a free version of PGP Desktop... it's just not obvious from the PGP.com page that there is actually a free version... they push pretty hard towards a licensed 'full featured' version.