I've tried a number of obvious commands as detailed in Duplicity Man page to do this but doesn't seem to work. Scenario I'm SSH'ing to a machine, then running Duplicity; below is the CMD, of sorts:- ...
We have a bunch of SSH, GPG, SSL and other private keys that, obviously: must only be available to the smallest number of people possible can't be "lost" if a hard drive dies or the building burns ...
So the situation is thus. We're working with another company and as part of some file distribution processing we have to encrypt some files before they are sent. The company in question sent us ...
I use ssh regularly and have ssh-agent set up. How can I use ssh keys to gpg-encrypt a file? Edit: It seems that this is impossible. Why? ssh can encrypt traffic, so why not also files?
I use a 4096 byte RSA PGP key; since SSH also uses the RSA standard, is it at all possible to use the PGP key as an SSH key without installing additional software on the server (and as little as ...