did you mean to put this public?
|Date:||February 22nd, 2004 09:25 am (UTC)|| |
It's my public key--I've advertised it on the key servers...OIC, it has my Y! address in it, as opposed to my LJ alias...
Yeah, what the heck--it's not like who I am is a big secret...
But thanks for lookin' out for me...* hug *
Cut & Paste to a file. gpg -a --import filename results in "No OpenPGP data found"
Don' suppose you could post the fingerprint? I can import from the public servers easier that way. :)
My key is 7bb612c9, and the fingerprint is
1024D/320C 0336 3BC4 13EC 4AEC 6AF2 525F CED7 7BB6 12C9
|Date:||February 22nd, 2004 10:42 am (UTC)|| |
Key ID: 0x301CB7DB
Fingerprint: 2048D/18C3 3179 A86C 0C1C 8A2B 265B EF37 6CDC 301C B7DB
It's on the PGP keyserver...I imported yours.
If you can find an appropriate "out of band" way to verify fingerprints, I'll sign your key...I'd accept, for example, an X.509 encrypted e-mail from a trusted root authority.
|Date:||February 22nd, 2004 12:03 pm (UTC)|| |
Re: My information...
Yours doesn't seem to have crossed over to the keyserver I use yet. No worries, though, as the following works :
gpg --decrypt pete.asc > pete2.asc
(get error about unable to verify signature)
gpg --import pete2.asc
gpg --decrypt pete.asc
(get signature ok on file but no trusted sigs for this key message)
As to out-of-band signatures, I try to avoid them. But something can be aranged - I travel every so often, and I'm sure they'll send me in that general direction sooner or later.
|Date:||February 22nd, 2004 04:41 pm (UTC)|| |
Re: My information...
Nod...I fully agree that person-to-person is the best option.
I have from time-to-time signed keys of friends by phone--but only when I know their voice well and am reaching them at a number I know to be theirs.
|Date:||February 22nd, 2004 10:43 am (UTC)|| |
you might have to decrypt/verify the signature and then import the resulting file...
|Date:||February 22nd, 2004 12:08 pm (UTC)|| |
|Date:||February 22nd, 2004 04:36 pm (UTC)|| |
Didn't even know that was an option...how does that work?
|Date:||February 23rd, 2004 11:24 am (UTC)|| |
Thanks! Mine's in my user info.