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Pretty Good Privacy (commonly abbreviated PGP) is an encryption and data protection technology particularly well-suited for providing a layer of Security atop of Email and Usenet communications, but is not limited to such uses and can also be used in data encryption, whole-disk encryption, software download verification and a number of other purposes.





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External Links


  1. OpenPGP standard:
  2. Using OpenPGP on the iPhone:
  3. Encrypting Email With iOS 14 Mail – A How-To:
  4. How do I use PGP/MIME on an Android smartphone or tablet?:
  5. 4 ways to send encrypted messages on Android:
  6. Android PGP:
  7. What is the best PGP for Android?:
  8. 10 Tools to Verify File Integrity Using MD5 & SHA1 Hashes:
  9. KeyBase wants to bring encryption to the masses:
  10. Installing OpenPGP For Microsoft Outlook:
  11. Using Outlook with PGP:
  12. OpenPGP Support in Outlook 2010 and 2013:
  13. How to use PGP encryption with Mozilla Thunderbird Email client:
  14. Installing PGP on OSX:
  15. OpenPGP in Thunderbird - HOWTO & FAQ:
  16. How to use PGP on Mac:

See Also

Email | Security | Privacy | HTTPS | Instant Messaging