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revised Can all the (other) recepients of a PGP encrypted message be identified?
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comment How can I encrypt a file using gpg without including the recipient's key ID?
You, sir/ma'am, are a genius. I can't believe I didn't spot this.
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comment How can I encrypt a file using gpg without including the recipient's key ID?
Isn't there a way using PGP that you can publicly distribute your public keys, while hiding who the intended recipient is of an encrypted message? I don't see a reason why this couldn't be possible in theory. Why doesn't GPG simply omit the recipient's key ID in plain-text in the created encrypted message?