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Secure self-concealing symmetric encryption (non-verifiable decryption)?

From what I observed using standard encryption tools such as OpenSSH and GPG, the decryption only succeeds when the correct password/key is provided (or at most a few others, in case of collision). ...
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Public keys on OpenSSL vs PGP?

It is my understanding that PGP permits multiple public keys, and in SSL you can only extract one public key? Is this correct? Is there any brief high level run down between the two. I don't feel as ...
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Are private keys generated by different software packages compatible?

I know that GnuPG follows the OpenPGP standard, but if I generate a public/private key pair using GnuPG and upload the public key to a key server, i.e. the one at MIT, or use it to sign files, ...