I realized today, after having a conversation with someone at work about gpg keys and rpm support, that I haven’t updated my GPG key in about 6 years. Then I realized I harped on CERT not too long ago about not doing things right. =) Granted, my key hasn’t been compromised and I have no(…)
This seems to be an ongoing saga so now I’m going to vent about it. It is ridiculous that an organization supposedly as secure as CERT can have such poor distribution mechanisms for alerting users of their new GPG keys. It is really important that, when you update GPG keys and distribute the public key(…)
Last week’s TechMail tip was Encrypting and decrypting files with GnuPG, which covers some stuff about using gpg to deal with encryption of files (instead of just using gpg for mail).
This week’s TechMail is Get started with GnuPG, a quick primer on another of my favourite tools: GnuPG. Learn the basics of getting your own GPG keypair created and learn a little bit about fingerprints and signatures and what they all mean. And if you want to get more into the guts and glory of(…)