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pgp encryption

PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) encryption is a way to keep your information private. It's like a secret code that scrambles your information so only the people you want to can read it. It works like this: when you type something on your computer, PGP encryption takes all the letters and numbers and mixes them up into a big jumble. The jumble is like a secret code and only you and the people you give the code to can understand it. That way, no one else can read it. PGP encryption is a very strong way to protect your information and keep it safe.