I am trying to wrap my head around how Public Key Cryptography can really work in a secure manner. From what I can gather, you go to example.com and download their PGP/GPG Public Key and add it to ...
We would like to use gpg signatures to verify some aspects of our system configuration management tools. Additionally, we would like to use a "trust" model where individual sysadmin keys are signed ...
I created and published a Public Key using gpg. I am now creating a TrueCrypt volume and wish to use the same password. Does knowing my public key, in this instance, make my TrueCrypt volume become ...