What is OpenPGP?

John Mitchell

OpenPGP is an IETF specification for a standard, completely open PGP (Pretty Good Privacy). OpenPGP is defined in RFC 2440 as providing "data integrity services for messages and data files" via encryption (symmetric and asymmetric), digital signatures, compression, radix-64 (aka ASCII armoring), and certificate and key mangement services.

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