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Student of life.

Computer-related interests: linux systems-administration, fedora, bash, python, cryptography


Jan
27
answered Are gpg -sta and gpg --clearsign commands same thing?
Nov
20
answered How do I verify a PGP signature?
Aug
20
answered How do I add more passphrases for GPG symmetric encryption?
May
9
awarded  Yearling
Apr
14
answered ftp with pgp key
Mar
11
comment GPG4WIN Keys and Transferring them
While I'm all for caution -- all of my disks are encrypted (linux) and I would revoke a key if someone got their hands on it -- your comments are misleading. While "anybody with a ... live Linux distro" could get at encrypted GPG private keys, they most certainly would not be able to do anything with them any time soon.
Feb
8
revised gpg use sha1 even with --digest-algo SHA512?
added 427 characters in body
Feb
6
answered gpg use sha1 even with --digest-algo SHA512?
Feb
4
comment PGP encrypted external Toshiba drive
Has it occurred to you that if you can break the encryption ... it was pointless to be using it in the first place?
Jan
12
comment Is it possible using symmetric encryption to encrypt a file with two different keys?
@Vivarto David's comment above is correct. You seem to have a misunderstanding of how PGP works.
Dec
2
revised Simple PGP encryption in one step?
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Nov
20
answered How can I encrypt a file using all keys in a keyring?
Oct
1
comment GnuPG signing manually in two steps?
Wow. ... Just, wow.
Sep
3
comment GnuPG signing manually in two steps?
Magnus, you didn't ask about theory or logic; you asked if there was a way to make GnuPG do what you want and I answered you, even providing alternatives. If you think that deserves a down-vote, then I gotta tell you: you're going to run out of karma down-voting all the other right answers on the various stackexchange sites.
Sep
3
awarded  Critic
Sep
3
awarded  Editor
Sep
3
revised GnuPG signing manually in two steps?
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Jul
29
answered GnuPG signing manually in two steps?
Jul
28
comment Should I kill zombie process in my system?
@ProfessionalAmateur: There is no zombie limit in linux. Zombie PIDs are subject to /proc/sys/kernel/pid_max, just like every other PID.
Jul
17
answered Simple PGP encryption in one step?