Creating PGP-Encrypted E-Mails Using ASP (Page 1 of 2 )
PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) is an encryption program being used for secure transmission of files and e-mails. This adapts public-key encryption technology in which pairs of keys are used to maintain secure communication.
Mostly Web sites are hosted in remote locations. Users' private information, like registered profile and orders, collected in those sites needs to be securely transferred for processing or analysis. PGP can be used to send such information securely in an encrypted e-mail format. The transfer of this information can be triggered immediately after it gets added/updated on a remote site.
This article describes the installation and configuration of PGP Command Line, and the generation of PGP-encrypted e-mails from ASP.