Pretty-good-privacy Definition

pronoun

(computing) Software that encrypts and decrypts messages, for transmission over the Internet, using public-key cryptography.

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See PGP.

Webster's New World Telecom
Software used to encrypt and thereby protect email as it is transmitted from one computer to another. PGP can be used for sender identity verification. MarketingSherpa, Inc. The Ultimate Email Glossary: 180 Common Terms Defined. [Online, 2004.] MaarketingSherpa, Inc. Website. http://www.marketingsherpa.com/ sample.cfm?contentID=2776.
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