To obtain DES: FTP to ftp://ftp.uws.edu.au in the /pub/unix/security/des directory. FTP to ftp://nisca.acs.ohio-state.edu in the /pub/des directory. FTP to ftp://scss3.cl.msu.edu in the /pub/crypt/des directory. FTP to ftp://thumper.bellcore.com in the /pub/nmh/dos/des directory.
To obtain Kerberos:
to ftp://athena-dist.mit.edu in the /pub/kerberos directory.
Almost all of the Kerberos vendors and additional information will be found in the FAQ .
The PGP FAQ:
to ftp://ftp.netcom.com in the directory /pub/gbe. The file name is
To get free versions of PGP: The PGP FAQ contains a short list of
sites. A much more complete list is available via anonymous FTP at
in the directory
/mpj in file getpgp.asc (also found at ftp://ftp.csn.net/mpj). This
lists a number of FTP sites in and outside the United States, a number
of World-Wide Web facilities, and a few BBS sites. Another excellent
source of pointers to PGP sites is on the Web at
For the American citizens using a computer in the United States, PGP 2.6.2 can be obtained by first telnetting to telnet://net-dist.mit.edu and logging in as `getpgp.' You will be asked to answer four questions, after which you'll be told where you can retrieve the file via anonymous FTP. If you are not an American citizen, run an Archie search for `pgp262' (`archie -s pgp262'). If that doesn't work, PGP version 2.3a is available at a number of sites; perform a search on `pgp.'