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PGP stands for "Pretty Good Privacy", an encryption standard created by Phil Zimmermann, a now famous individual who faced great opposition to the adoption of strong encryption as a standard that was available to all people.

You can find the official versions of PGP at

! ! There is a GNU free implementation of this same encryption called GNU Privacy Guard, commonly referred to as GPG or GnuPG, available at !!

PGP 8.0 is the first PGP version to fully support Windows XP.

on Debian apt-get install gnupg