Working with PGP and Mac OS X

Tuesday, 19 February 2008, 6:50 AM EST

PGP, or Pretty Good Privacy, is a commonly used and very secure encryption program using public key cryptography. Through PGP, you can encrypt information such as messages, documents and files in a manner so that only the recipient can decrypt and open them.

The goal of this tutorial is to get you up and running with PGP through terminal and familiar with its operation.

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