Pretty Good Privacy Explained
Pretty Good Privacy is an encryption software created back in 1991 by Phil Zimmerman. Although it is almost three decades old, PGP is still considered as the best encryption program around. It can find its use in encrypting text, video files, email messages or even entire hard drives. PGP is widely used and is considered an essential tool for online security and privacy. That’s why in this week’s Zlog, we’re going to talk about PGP, and how you can use it to make your internet activities more private.