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PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) for secure data transmission

PGP is an asymmetric encryption method in which the sender and receiver use two different keys (public key / private key). Strictly speaking, it is a hybrid encryption method in which the actual message is symmetric and the key is asymmetrically encrypted. More detailed information about PGP can be found on Wikipedia.

PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) for secure data transmission

Using the public PGP key of the Medical Documentation Department:


The latest version of Open Source Software ("Free Software" OSS) for using the PGP functionality is always available at:


OpenPGP signature (gpg4win-3.1.15.exe)

SHA256: 58b4de192ce0f3a7f25766e96ec379a8f125e3a1e2bdb2519c185a03a0a4ed4c


Gpg4win supports the two relevant cryptographic standards OpenPGP and S / MIME (X.509). Gpg4win is the official GnuPG distribution for Windows and is maintained by the developers of GnuPG. Gpg4win and its components are Free Software (OSS). All dialogues are completely available in German.Gpg4win was commissioned by the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI).

Data Protection Coordination:

for questions regarding data protection, please contact:


Hr. Abdelaziz El Ouenjli +49 6131 17-3106 oder +49 6131 39-38774

Hr. Thomas Ziegler +49 6131 17 5185 oder +49 6131 39-38752