In this article, you will find how to create an Encrypted Email in cPanel.

GnuPG (GNU Privacy Guard) is open-source software that uses cryptographic techniques to encrypt and decrypt messages. It is supported by cPanel.

So, let us follow the steps:

1. Log in to the cPanel account.

2. Select the “Encryption” option from the “Email” section.

3. You will enter into a new page of Encryption.

4. You will see a title named “Create a New Key”.

5. You must input the information to create a key as given below:

a. Your Name: Fill in the name you want to be visible during encrypted email.

b. Your Email: Enter the email address that will be associated with the set of keys.

c. Comment or Nickname: Enter a brief description of this key pair, such as what it’s about.

d. Key Password: Enter the encryption password you want to use in Key Password.

e. Confirm Password: Re-enter the password for the key.

f. Strength: Strength should be very strong.

g. Expiration Date: Choose from weeks, months, or years for your expiration date. You can also choose not to expire if you don’t want to.

h. Key Size: Select the key size from the drop-down menu.

6. Click on the “Generate Key”.

7. You will see the key is being generated. This process may take some time.

8. You will get a success message.

9. You will see “Public keys” and “Private keys” at the bottom of the screen.

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