On Windows, Personal Desktop Client is delivered as an MSI (Microsoft installer file). It contains all the necessary application and configuration files. For more information see Install Personal Desktop Client on Windows.
On Mac OS X, Personal Desktop Client is delivered as a DMG installer. When the user starts Personal Desktop Client for the first time, an installation of the different components takes place. For more information see Install Personal Desktop Client on Macintosh.
On Linux, Personal Desktop Client is delivered as a Debian package for Ubuntu distributions and as an RPM package for Red Hat/CentOS distributions. When Personal Desktop Client is installed, it is accessible from the Applications menu on the desktop. For more information see Install Personal Desktop Client on Linux.
Personal Desktop Client uses ANSI X9.17 and a Miller-Rabin test with five repetitions for key generation.
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