Definitions for "Pretty Good Privacy"
"Pretty Good Privacy" is a program for encrypting data that is based on the public-private key principle. Messages can be encrypted with a public key, but later they can only be decrypted and read with the private key.
A public key/private key encryption scheme used to digitally sign messages, encrypt files, of both.
A program, developed by Phil Zimmerman, which cryptographically protects files and electronic mail from being read by others. It may also be used to digitally sign a document or message, thus authenticating the creator. See also: encryption, Data Encryption Standard, RSA. [Source: RFC1983
Keywords:  storage, primary
Keywords:  email, application, secure
A secure email application.