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how to decrypt a "encrypted.asc" file?

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I received an email from someone and the file has been encrypted. The file has been encrypted as "encrypted.asc"
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You will need to contact the person that sent the file in order to recieve the decryption method.
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The person that encrypted the file has the decryption key, so I recommend accept
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