GnuPG Basics Explained with Linux GPG Command Examples

Posted by BernardSwiss on Oct 28, 2012 11:27 PM EDT
The Geek Stuff; By Lakshmanan Ganapathy
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GnuPG stands for GNU Privacy Guard. GnuPG is an open implementation of OpenPGP ( Pretty Good Privacy ) standard as defined in RFC 4880. In this article we will cover the installation and the basics of generating keys using gnupg. This article is part of our ongoing series on Cryptography. If you are new to cryptography, refer to our earlier article on Introduction to Cryptography.

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