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OpenPGP Mail Encryption and Related Tools For Linux, Windows

OpenPGP is a email encryption standard used by a lot of people. This standard is defined by OpenPGP Working Group of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). The standard is proposed with RFC 4880 . The OpenPGP is derived from PGP software which is created by Phil Zimmermann. OpenPGP Windows Tools Gpg4win Gpg4win is popular and actively developed software for mail privacy and secrecy. Its current version is 3 and...

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How To Install and Use GPG Encrytion In Linux In Order To Encrypt and Decrypt Files and Folder?

Security is important part of the today’s IT operations. There are a lot of tools which provides some part of the secure operations. GNU Privacy Guard or simply GPG is a one of them. It provides encryption, decryption, digital signatures and signing. Install GPG To Ubuntu, Debian, Mint and Kali For deb or apt based distributions we can install GPG with the following command for gnupg package.

Install GPG To...

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How To Generate 4096 bit Secure Ssh Key with Ssh Keygen

Ssh is secure protocol used to manage remote systems like Linux, BSD, UNIX, network devices event windows operating systems. The traffic between systems are encrypted. Ssh uses asymmetric keys in order to encrypt and made traffic invisible to the others those resides between systems in the network. The encryption power comes from key bit size or length. In this tutorial we will look how to create 4096 bit keys. Generate...

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How To Generate Ssh Key With ssh-keygen In Linux?

Ssh is a secure and popular protocol for managing different type of IT devices like Linux systems, Network devices etc. What makes ssh secure is the encryption of the network traffic. Network traffic is encrypted with different type of encryption algorithms. There is also user authentication done with encryption algorithms. These algorithms needs keys to operate. Keys are generally produced with auxiliary tools. ssh-keygen is defacto tool used by ssh...

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