If you need to be sure that your email is for ours eyes only top secret then encrypt the email message. To send encrypted email you will need the public key. Import the key into your email client and send your message to webmaster at ganino dot com. The (at) and the (dot) have been spelled out to thwart email spiders replace it with usual email symbols. If we are to reply with an encrypted message you must send us your PGP public key using the form below otherwise we can't read the message.
To be able to send an encrypted email to the above address you first need to add the key to your keyring in the Thunderbird email client. To do this click on the link to the PGP key and download that file to your computer. Then, in the Thunderbird application go to OpenPGP > Key Management. If you do not have OpenPGP menu item then you need the add-on enigmail which will setup Thunderbird with the Encryption library. In the Key Management window select File > Import Keys from File. Browse to the place where you saved the public key you downloaded and then select it and click on the Open button. You should then receive an alert message saying that The key(s) were successfully imported. You should now be able to progress to sign and encrypt email.