PGP Pass Phrase..
Also in the interest of informing you, so you don't look too
Do you even know how a PGP Pass Phrase is set up? Do you even
know where the Pass Phrase originates?
When you set up PGP you are prompted to develop a pass phrase
(think up a pass phrase). In some of the older version of PGP you
would move your mouse around the screen to prompt the program to set
up the pass phrase after you typed it in the prompt box.
The PGP pass phrase is thought up by, and originates in the mind
of the person that is setting up PGP. It is not assigned, it is
developed by the user (thought up by the user). It can be almost
anything. As a matter of fact, if you and I were talking face to
face, and you were to ask for mine, I could tell you what it is, and
you still would not get it right if you tried to decrypt some of my
encrypted email with it. It is a pass phrase, not a password,
although a password can be used, but the new PGP programs will rate a
single password as weak. It IS the ORIGINAL thought of the user. It
has it origins in the user's mind.... THAT is why it is considered by
most as the user's PRIVATE THOUGHTS. Unless it is written down, then
it can become a discoverable document.
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