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Question by mohan
Submitted on 7/15/2003
Related FAQ: Cryptography FAQ (01/10: Overview)
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what is pretty good privacy?

Answer by pix
Submitted on 4/3/2004
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PGP is a freely available encryption program that protects the privacy of files and electronic mail. It uses powerful public key cryptography and works on virtually every platform.


Answer by Abhijeet
Submitted on 5/12/2005
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attaching the file


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