This has become a bit of a thought experiment for me. Suppose someone would like to establish a pseudonym along with a corresponding PGP Key, how could other people verify the correspondence between ...
I want to start using OpenPGP, so I read about it. I have a question about key size. Currently the default maximum key size is 4096. I know this can be changed by recompiling the software, and I ...
Is it possible to extract userid from GPG public key? I got public key only and want to know to whom it might belong. I find one possible workaround — to publish this information on keyserver — it ...
I'm using Thunderbird with Enigmail. It has both encrypt and sign options for sending PGP emails -- but why is an email signature needed? It just looks overkill to me! Alice and Bob can use PGP to ...
With the disappearance of private email services like Lavabit and Tormail (http://www.dailydot.com/news/email-anonymous-hushmail-lavabit-nsa/) it seems that we will need to resort back to standard ...
Maybe it depends on the keyserver. Does that pose privacy issues?
When you retrieve someone's information from a keyserver to add him to your pgp keyring, that is made through unencrypted keyservers, unless the user uploaded it to https://keyserver.pgp.com/. Even ...
What is the best way to communicate privately on a mailing-list? Requiring each member of the list to have the public key of each other member, and encrypt their messages with those, is cumbersome to ...