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PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) is a method for secure communication. It uses private and public keys to encrypt and decrypt messages. It’s commonly used for encrypting emails to ensure only the intended recipient can read them. To use PGP, you’ll need to generate a key pair, consisting of a public key and a private key. The public key is used to encrypt messages, while the private key is used to decrypt them. There are various software and tools available for generating PGP keys and encrypting emails, such as GnuPG and Mailvelope. It’s important to keep your private key secure and not share it with anyone, as it’s the key used to decrypt messages intended only for you.

PGP is a game-changer for secure communication. It’s all about those key pairs – one for encrypting, one for decrypting. GnuPG and Mailvelope are solid options for generating keys and keeping those emails locked down tight. And remember, that private

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