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Internal (RFC-1991) - An internal implementation of OpenPGP, supporting RSA keys up to 4096 bits with 128-bit IDEA(tm) cipher algorithm and MD-5 hash support. It needs no external executables or plug-ins. Submission Forms only work with this selection. IDEA(tm) algorithm is patented in the following countries: Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States. A license must be purchased from MediaCrypt AG for any use of IDEA(tm) for commercial purposes in the above countries. MediaCrypt AG contact information is MediaCrypt AG, Technoparkstrasse 1, 8005 Zurich (Switzerland); Tel.: +41-1-445 3070; Fax: +41-1-445 3071; http://www.mediacrypt.com/; mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.
PGP command line (2.6.3, 6.0.x+) - This mode allows using any command line Win32 PGP executable: PGP 2.6.3, 6.0.x, 6.0.x, 6.5.x, 7.0.x, etc, and compatible. Just make sure that the name of the folder in which PGP.EXE resides is in your system's PATH Environment variable. To use PGP 2.6.3 in this mode, make sure that you have PGPPATH set as specified in the PGP documentation. For more detailed help, consult the PGP User's Guide.
PGP 5.5.x plug-in - To use this mode, you will need to install PGP 5.5.x for Win32. Make sure that you've rebooted your computer after installing PGP. The plug-in (batpgp55.dll) is not part of the standard The Bat! installation and will have to be installed separately.
PGP 6.0.x / 6.5.x plug-in - To use this mode, you will need to install PGP 6.0.2 or 6.5.x. for Win32. Make sure that you've rebooted your computer after PGP installation. The plug-in (batpgp60.dll) is not part of the standard The Bat! installation and will have to be installed separately.
GNU Privacy Guard (GPG) - To use this mode, install the GNU Privacy Guard command line Win32 executable. Make sure that the name of the folder in which GPG.EXE resides is in your system's PATH Environment variable. Refer to the GPG Manual.
PGP 5, 6, 7, 8 (built-in support) - The Bat! provides full built in support for these OpenPGP implementations without any need for external plug-ins