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 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 ...
I'm trying to sign the Java JDK 1.6u21 64-bit RPM on CentOS 5.5 for use with Spacewalk and I'm running into problems. It seems to sign okay, but then when I check the signature it seems to be missing ...
We use GnuPG for encrypting data, which we upload to a central storage. The public key is being stored on a web-server, and the encrypting script re-downloads it if it's changed. This was done in ...