Tuesday, 10 June 2008

Trust your PGP Keys

I spent ages working out why I could get my c# code working with GnuPGP - when i dug deeper it was very simple - it was the fact that i wasn't very trusting.

You need to trust public keys when you sign then! You can be ultimately trusting by setting to level of 5!

GNU Privacy Guard commands

gpg -u [Local User with Private Key] --passphrase [Local user passphrase] --edit-key [Remote user with Public Key] trust

You get 5 options!

You can see the trust later if you do a gpg -vv -k

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