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*[https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/digitally-signing-and-encrypting-messages Thunderbird and GPG]
 
*[https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/digitally-signing-and-encrypting-messages Thunderbird and GPG]
  
=Cheatsheet=
 
  
==What is my key ID?==
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= Cheatsheet =
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== What is my key ID? ==
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  gpg --list-keys you@example.com
 
  gpg --list-keys you@example.com
  
 
The bit after the / in the pub line!
 
The bit after the / in the pub line!
  
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== Generate key ==
  
==Generate key==
 
 
  gpg --gen-key  
 
  gpg --gen-key  
 
    
 
    
==Export public key==
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== Export public key ==
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  gpg --export me@example.com > public.key
 
  gpg --export me@example.com > public.key
  
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== Export private key ==
  
==Export private key==
 
 
  gpg --export-secret-key me@example.com > private.key
 
  gpg --export-secret-key me@example.com > private.key
  
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== Import private key ==
  
==Import private key==
 
 
  gpg --import private.key
 
  gpg --import private.key
  
==Renewing subkey==
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== Renewing subkey ==
  
https://sites.lafayette.edu/newquisk/archives/504
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[https://sites.lafayette.edu/newquisk/archives/504 https://sites.lafayette.edu/newquisk/archives/504]
  
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==Changing expiration date==
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gpg --edit-key me@example.com
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gpg> expire
  
 
= FAQ =
 
= FAQ =

Revision as of 08:46, 7 October 2021

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Links


Cheatsheet

What is my key ID?

gpg --list-keys you@example.com

The bit after the / in the pub line!

 

Generate key

gpg --gen-key 
 

Export public key

gpg --export me@example.com > public.key

 

Export private key

gpg --export-secret-key me@example.com > private.key

 

Import private key

gpg --import private.key

Renewing subkey

https://sites.lafayette.edu/newquisk/archives/504

Changing expiration date

gpg --edit-key me@example.com
gpg> expire

FAQ

gpg: decryption failed: No secret key"

Means you're using gpg2 --use-agent, which is broken


gpg: keyserver receive failed: No name

probably means the key was nog found