pretty good privacy

Definitions

General Science

  • noun an encryption system developed to allow anyone to protect the contents of his or her e-mail messages from unauthorised readers.

Electronics

  • (written as Pretty Good Privacy)
    A public key encryption program which is easy to use and provides rather high security. It is widely utilized to encrypt email, and non-commercial versions are freely distributed. Its abbreviation is PGP.
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