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Signature not removed from keyserver

I noticed that an on uid of my GPG certificate is two times signed with my key. I thought that doesn't make much sense and cleaned the key (gpg --edit-key and then clean). Then i send the key to the ...
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Embed a GPG Signature in a PDF File

Is it possible to embed GPG signatures in PDF files the way it can be done with X.509 signatures? (I've been using JSignPDF to sign my invoices so far, but now the law has relaxed a bit, and it ...
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GPG - verifying signatures without creating trust chain?

Is it possible to ask gpg (or gpg4win) to just verify whether a file was signed by a particular public key file, without having to import and sign and trust that key? i.e. something like gpg ...
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How does gpg handle multiple keys in a keypair?

As I understand it, keypairs used with gpg generally have more than one associated key: one for signing and one for encryption. How are these multiple keys managed when using gpg (to push to a ...
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Multiple Enigmail User IDs for multiple accounts in Thunderbird?

I have multiple email accounts set up in Thunderbird 3.1.10 in Mac OS X 10.6.7, and have just installed latest GnuPG and Enigmail. The Enigmail setup wizard helped me set up a Key for signing emails, ...
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GnuPG Command Line - Verifying KeePass Signature

I'm trying to verify the PGP Signature of the latest version of KeePass 2.14's setup file against this signature, but this is the output I receive: C:\Program Files (x86)\GNU\GnuPG>gpg.exe ...
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Is there a guide to setting up Mozilla Thunderbird to use my GPG keys to sign and/or encrypt email messages on Windows?

I see instructions on websites and questions here about using GPG keys with Thunderbird in Linux, but nothing on Windows. I have GPG, Kleopatra, and Thunderbird 3 installed on Windows, I made my GPG ...