PGP, which stands for Pretty Good Privacy, is used for signing, encrypting and decrypting text, emails, files and so on to increase the security of email communications.
You can enable PGP encryption for all correspondence with Interdax. To do so, click on the profile menu (highlighted below) and then select ‘Security’.
You can also enable PGP encryption for emails by clicking on 'Settings' and then going to 'Security'.
Scroll down the security menu, enter your PGP public key and click on ‘Update’.
When creating a public-private key pair, ensure you select 2048 bits or higher and use a strong password.
Once you have entered your public key and clicked on ‘Update’, you will receive a notification that the PGP key was saved successfully.
Once you have enabled PGP encryption, the emails you receive from Interdax will be encrypted. The private key associated with your public key must be used to decrypt the message.
PGP encryption for emails is just one way to secure your account. Refer to the security checklist in the security settings to ensure that your trading account is as secure as possible.