- There are two types of RSA
**keys**,**public**and private. A**public****key**allows anyone to encrypt something that only the holder of the private**key**can**decrypt**. It also allows the private**key**holder to sign something and anyone with a**public****key**can verify that only the private**key**holder actually signed it. Usage is usually like the following: - How to import a
**public****key**in PGP encryption using SSIS. In order to send a message and**decrypt**it, you need a**public****key**. If you publish a**public****key**, the recipient needs to import the**public****key**. To import a**key**use the following argument: gpg --import "c:\sql\publickey.txt". 1. gpg --import "c:\sql\publickey.txt". - Here's how encryption works: Compute the length of the input
**file**(plaintext), and write it into the output**file**as an 8-byte litle endian integer. Pad the plaintext to a multiple of AES block size, using random padding [1]. Generate a random IV and write it into the output**file**. Use the IV and the**key**to encrypt the plaintext into ciphertext. - Using openssl
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