Using Open PGP

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David Tansley

Date archived: April 18, 2019 | First published: October 19, 2010

GnuPG (gpg) is a free encryption package, originally based on the Open PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) project. Users can encrypt and send files to trusted users, providing the file was encrypted with the intended recipients' public key. The recipient then uses their own private key to decrypt the file

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