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comment Re-import secret primary key in GnuPG
GnuPG was released 16 years ago!
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comment Re-import secret primary key in GnuPG
I just noticed the same restriction with sub keypairs too and wondered how I will ever be able to revoke any future subkeys in case I forgot to back up the whole keyring before "degrading" it (removing primary secret key). But as you mentioned already one only requires the public subkey to create revocations which can be imported. What is the motivation behind these restrictions? In some way it appears that GnuPG tries very hard to prevent any accidental or even unnecessary exports,... but, gosh, it's so confusing.
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revised Pronounceable Password Generator
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accepted Multiple OpenPGP encryption keys signed by a single certificatation key?
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comment Multiple OpenPGP encryption keys signed by a single certificatation key?
I just read your linked answer. What exactly do you mean by cross-signing? a) personal key signs company key and vice versa (no master key used), or b) master key signs personal key and company key and personal+company key sign master key?
Jul
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comment Multiple OpenPGP encryption keys signed by a single certificatation key?
Isn't it very risky to use one encryption key on all devices, even unsafe ones. If the encryption key gets stolen on the company computer, your (old) personal conversation can also be decrypted.
Jul
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comment Multiple OpenPGP encryption keys signed by a single certificatation key?
So, cross-certifying should do the trick?
Jul
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comment Multiple OpenPGP encryption keys signed by a single certificatation key?
Okay, "ultimate" trust is too much, but if I just use "trusted" isn't that pretty much what the WoT is there for: if they trust my master identity, they also trust my other identities?
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accepted How to guarantee that password is hashed on server-side?
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