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comment Is it bad practice to add an encrypted private key to source control?
I am wondering if this does not add risk. If a flaw in the encryption of the private PEM key is discovered, you can bet that an army of bots will decrypt all PEMs on GitHub. Is this scenario worth worrying about?
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comment Is it bad practice to add an encrypted private key to source control?
Also useful if you want to be able to restore the configuration of your laptop with a single command: github.com/cristiklein/puppet-developer-laptop
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comment How can PrivateSky not see your data?
Thanks for clarifying. So instead of trusting a software company, now you trust a hardware company and that the software company actually uses the provided hardware. It seems to me that you need to trust quite a few people when compared to PGP.
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