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pretty good privacy

adjective Referring to popular low-cost encryption tools and algorithms for sending, receiving and storing secure email, including digital signatures.
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pretty good privacy

Informatics adjective Referring to popular low-cost encryption tool for sending, receiving and storing secure email, including digital signatures. See Public key infrastructure.
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PGP Command Line builds on the PGP Universal(TM) Encryption Platform that enables customers to utilize the PGP "deploy-once" architecture regardless of the chosen PGP encryption application.
PGP Command Line builds on the PGP Universal[TM] Encryption Platform that enables customers to utilize the PGP "deploy-once" architecture regardless of the chosen PGP encryption application.
Document security is achieved via Secure FTR password protection, and PGP encryption, and specific security requirements can be accommodated.
The product is designed to offload the hassle of encrypting and signing email from the client to the network, making PGP encryption virtually transparent to the end user.
None of the tax preparation software vendors I have contacted have been willing to state that they support using either PGP encryption or the built-in Windows 2000 or 2003 Encrypted file system.
A mail virus scanner and a PGP encryption tool for e-mail are also part of the system.
Users right-click on the file, select PGP Encryption, enter a pass-word, and the file is encrypted.
Recently, Network Associates introduced the revolutionary PGP 7.0, an encryption solution for the retail market based on the industry standard and award-winning PGP encryption technology that contains 128-bit security and a personal firewall to protect individual computers from hackers.
Forging the date on a PGP encryption key is relatively simple.
• Advanced security with a PGP encryption module for highly sensitive data.
However, there is a glaring drawback to the system as transmitting data via sound waves is very slow and Hanspach and Goetz's malware had a sluggish 20 bits-per-second transfer rate, which was still fast enough to transmit keystrokes, passwords, PGP encryption keys, and other small bursts of information.