PGP is short for "Pretty Good Privacy". It is a data encryption and decryption computer program that provides cryptographic privacy and authentication for data communication. PGP is often used for signing, encrypting and decrypting texts, E-mails, files, directories and whole disk partitions to ...

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PGP as method of sharing AES key?

Would PGP work as a method of sharing the AES key, as shown below, and what would be the flaws with this method of encryption? Server sends PGP public key Client generates (uses as AES key for ...
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Threats against website running without TLS but with PGP messages

Are there any threats against a web site that isn't running SSL but uses PGP to encrypt all information to the server (except session identifier) The information flow is as such: 1. Session ID set on ...
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PGP-encrypted Email or SSL/TLS Webform for Responsible Disclosure Communication?

So it's a fairly simple question. When offering an avenue to security researchers for communication with us regarding disclosure of security vulnerabilities, what's the best way to do so? Assume we ...
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Emacs and EasyPG not performing public key encryption

I have a file which I edit and encrypt following this guide : http://emacs.wordpress.com/2008/07/18/keeping-your-secrets-secret/ I'm a noob as far as security goes and thought that the point of ...
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Are SSH keys and PGP keys the same thing?

I have a 3072 bit RSA key that I generated for use with SSH. Can this key-pair be used with PGP/GPG, or do I need to generate a new pair of keys separately for use in email encryption? Are the two ...
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Converting PGP2.x UIDs on a GPG key

I have a couple of keys which were created many years ago, before GPG came out. (But let's pretend there's only one key involved.) The key has a mix of GPG and PGP-2.x-style UIDs. I've made one of ...
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Location of passphrase digest in opengpg secring.gpg

I'm trying to understand the file format of the secring.gpg file. I couldn't really find any official documentation of the file format so I decided to create a new key-pair and use the S2K ...