I'm new to the security world but I know that instant messaging uses "off-the-record" encryption (which means that a user would get authentication, encryption and forward deniability).
But for my email, all we use is GPG/PGP, which offers authentication and encryption but doesn't allow forward deniability (which could compromise all of my messages). Now, I'm trying to figure out if "off-the-record" style encryption would be possible for my emails. If it doesn't, what would be a good alternative?
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