Private Key

The confidential half of the asymmetric key pair used in public-key cryptography. Unlike the “secret key” used in symmetric-key cryptography — a single key known by both the sender and the receiver — a private key is known only by the recipient. See public-key cryptography and secret-key cryptography.

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