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let say i generated key pairs(public.pgp and secret.pgp) in one pgp program. Can i use these keys as a key pairs in other pgp programs???
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Originally posted by raymond yadao:
let say i generated key pairs(public.pgp and secret.pgp) in one pgp program. Can i use these keys as a key pairs in other pgp programs???


There are some version issues with respect to PGP keys.
GnuPG & PGP 2.x
If you are on newer versions, however, there shouldn't be any issues between programs compatible with the OpenPGP standard.
Have you checked out GnuPG,
OpenPGP, or Phil Zimmerman's site?
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