Wednesday, April 27, 2005


Compressible Encryption or No Encryption?

Larry Osterman shares the story behind the Compressible Encryption option in Outlook.

The reason I like this dialog box is the default setting "Compressible Encryption".  Why?  Because if you select it, you're not encrypting ANYTHING.

1 comment:

  1. Compressible encryption is replacement of all 256 characters.

    But Which encryption algorithm is used for high encryption(best encryption).

    does it use DES? or any other algorithm