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How to ASCII-armor my public key without installing GPG?

I would like to upload my public key to a key server, but I already have my key infrastructure in place without GPG and I don't want to install extra software I don't need. Is there an easy way to ...
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Human-readable dump of gpg public key

Is there some tool to write out the actual content of a GnuPG public key in a way a human can unserstand? I mean not only ascii-armor which a human can read and type, but something which really breaks ...
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Setting up sshd_config in cygwin for AES encrypted file transfer

I'm a bit newer to cygwin and sshd, and I want to configure sshd to allow encrypted SFTP file transferring. From what I understand, I need to find some sort of sshd_config example (which for some ...
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Isn't it dangerous to use SSH keys to login to an unknown/compromised server?

Say I provide someone with my public SSH key, the id_rsa.pub and he/she installs it on a server that is compromised, and I am asked to login. Does the login process involve sending my private key to ...
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How to setup ssh, key-based (“password-less”) logins to a Linux/MacOSX sshd server via Windows, Linux, or MacOSX clients?

How does one setup ssh, key-based ("password-less") client logins to a Linux/MacOSX sshd server via Windows, Linux, or MacOSX clients? [Seeking both basic, conceptual understanding of key-based, ...
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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 ...