PGP: encryption everywhere

Tuesday, 30 January 2007, 11:11 AM EST

w the free-association thought process about that obligation, using encryption elsewhere makes sense. One of my first motivators to examine encryption was for e-mail privacy. That need eventually led me to PGP, originally authored by Phil Zimmerman, for my personal use.

Zimmerman later fostered the effort that turned the product into OpenPGP, an international Internet standard. Today PGP remains one of the best PKI encryption schemes and one of the most popular for both personal and corporate use.

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