Correct me if I'm wrong: When encrypting a file, GPG creates a one-off AES encryption key and encrypts that key using RSA. This is supposedly to take advantage of AES's superior performance when ...
As I'm encrypting server backups, I typically install my public GPG key from a keyserver into me server's keyring: gpg --search-keys 6569758F I import the key into my keyring. I then attempt to ...
Is there a way to determine the date of encryption or the gpg version of a gpg-encrypted file (with symmetric encryption)? I lost the password but some rough information about when the file was ...
In a situation where there are desktop and mobile clients, and a central public key repository to and from which the desktop and mobile clients automatically upload and download public keys as needed, ...