Public-key encryption

An asymmetric form of encryption in which the keys or digital certificates used by the sender and receiver of information are different. The two keys are related, so only the pair of keys can be used together to encrypt and decrypt information. Public-key infrastructure (PKI) The organizations responsible for issuing and maintaining certificates for public-key security together form the PKI.

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