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Adobe stupidly posts private PGP key on its security blog

September 25, 2017

ADOBE HAS BECOME the laughing stock of the security industry after the firm stupidly posted its private PGP key on its official security blog.

A PGP key, which stands for Pretty Good Privacy, refers to a system which allows users to send encrypted messages over the internet with an additional layer of privacy.

Through OpenPGP, the system is normally used for private email exchanges, encrypting messages using a public key but then decrypted using private keys.

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