In my documents, I have a random file with no name. It's just called .rnd, after the extension, I guess. It's 1KB, and it's apparently an RND file. I can't open it. The Windows File Association page (http://shell.windows.com/filea.....sp?EXT=rnd) says it doesn't recognize it. I Googled it, and it seems that:The .RND file extension identifies Pretty Good Privacy Random Seed files. These belong to the open source encryption suite from PGP Corporation. Encryption allows for the safe and secure storage of personal data.
I get annoyed when I don't know what something is, and it's just lurking around in my files. Can I delete it? Why is it there?
Any insight would be appreciated.