I work for a virtual organization (we're all remote) that uses a lot of freelancers/subcontractors.
Very often I need to exchange SSH login information with developers working on projects for us. How do I do this securely?
Most of them know nothing about GPG / Public Key encryption, nor how to integrate GPG into their email clients. (I have a hard enough getting some of them to use version control properly, much less an alien encryption package.)
I could self-generate S/MIME certs and distribute to them, but if I'm not mistaken wouldn't this throw an error in most email clients?
EDIT: To clarify as per comments -> I need to hand off logins to other devs (username/password combos to allow them to SSH into a server.) Our passwords tend to be strong, such as
%:(9h3LUPa&Zk which can be a little awkward to read over the phone.