PBF (Pretty Big Flaw) in PGP

The world’s most popular software for scrambling sensitive e-mails — Pretty Good Privacy, or PGP — suffers from a programming flaw that could allow hackers to attack a user’s computer and, in some circumstances, unscramble messages

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