30 | | {{{ |

31 | | PGP is Pretty Good Privacy, which is a corporate trademark held by Symantec at the moment. |

32 | | OpenPGP is the name of the standard that defines the techniques and data structures. |

33 | | GPG is the GNU Privacy Guard, an implementation of using and interfacing with the defined techniques and data structures. |

34 | | keys are mathematical constructs |

35 | | identities are labels that humans can attach to real-world entities |

36 | | }}} |

| 30 | PGP:: is Pretty Good Privacy, which is a corporate trademark held by Symantec at the moment. |

| 31 | OpenPGP:: is the name of the standard that defines the techniques and data structures. |

| 32 | GPG:: is the GNU Privacy Guard, an implementation of using and interfacing with the defined techniques and data structures. |

| 33 | keys:: are mathematical constructs |

| 34 | identities:: are labels that humans can attach to real-world entities |

| 35 | |