For an in depth treatment of public key encryption cryptography, please refer to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public-key_cryptography.
In the Thrio platform a public key is used to encrypt tenant files into an unreadable format before they are uploaded to a tenant file server. Decryption is carried out by the tenant using a different, but matching, private key. Public and private keys are paired to enable secure communication.
To define a tenant public key:
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