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For the non-nerds, the joke here is that with public-key cryptography such as RSA, you generate two keys, or big random numbers or text. The math gets a bit complicated and I’m not really the one to explain it properly.
Suffice to say, you can use the two keys to encrypt documents, files, etc, and distribute the encrypted or digitally signed files with your public key. Meanwhile, you keep your private key private, and you & only you have access to it for encryption purposes.
Unless, like the 63 people here, you decide you’d rather just paste it into pastebin.com, where just about anyone can help themselves to it. That works too, I suppose.