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PGP and GnuPG

PGP and GnuPG: CISSP Cert Prep: 3 Security Engineering
PGP and GnuPG: CISSP Cert Prep: 3 Security Engineering

Phil Zimmerman invented the Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) cryptographic framework in 1991 and it became a widely used asymmetric cryptographic system when security developers released the OpenPGP standard for public use. PGP is not an encryption algorithm itself but it provides a framework for the use of those algorithms.

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