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Editor: rgouveia
Time: 2010/10/29 15:40:09 GMT+2
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search for public keys at http://pgp.mit.edu/
and add it to your public keyring:
 gpg --recv-keys 0xKeyID

import from a file signature:
gpg --import myfriend.asc

trust a particular key:
gpg --list-keys
gpg --edit-key KeyID

WARNING, make sure you revoke first
make a new key and delete the old one:
 gpg --edit-key 0xKeyID
 addkey
 key 1
 delkey
 save

revoke key:
 gpg --edit-key 0xKeyID
 key 1
 revkey?
 save
gpg --keyserver pgpserver.com --send-keys 0xKeyID


encrypt file to various recipients:
gpg -e -r user1@domain.com -r user2@domain.net secrets.txt

export/import private key:
gpg --export-secret-key mykey@domain.com > myprivatekey
gpg --import myprivatekey

revoke certificate:
gpg --output pgp_revoke_certificate.asc --gen-revoke mykey@domain.com


search for public keys at http://pgp.mit.edu/
and add it to your public keyring:
 gpg --recv-keys 0xKeyID

import from a file signature:
gpg --import myfriend.asc

trust a particular key:
gpg --list-keys
gpg --edit-key KeyID

WARNING, make sure you revoke first
make a new key and delete the old one:
 gpg --edit-key 0xKeyID
 addkey
 key 1
 delkey
 save

revoke key:
 gpg --edit-key 0xKeyID
 key 1
 revkey?
 save
gpg --keyserver pgpserver.com --send-keys 0xKeyID


encrypt file to various recipients:
gpg -e -r user1@domain.com -r user2@domain.net secrets.txt

export/import private key:
gpg --export-secret-key mykey@domain.com > myprivatekey
gpg --import myprivatekey

revoke certificate:
gpg --output pgp_revoke_certificate.asc --gen-revoke mykey@domain.com