PGP Source Code and Internals

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MIT Press, 1995 - Computers - 907 pages
PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) is a computer program for the encryption of data and electronic mail, a powerful envelope that allows individuals the same privacy in their communications as enjoyed by governments and large corporations. PGP, which is freely available on the Internet, uses public-key cryptography - specifically the RSA algorithm, which is particularly well-suited to the needs of computer-mediated communications. This book contains a formatted vesion of the complete source code for the latest release (2.6.2) of PGP.

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