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How to do GnuPG signing
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3 days ago by koozie
I'm giving up on PGP
Mostly I'll use Signal or WhatsApp, which offer vastly better endpoint security on iOS, ephemerality, and smoother key rotation.

If you need to securely contact me, your best bet is to DM me asking for my Signal number. If needed we can decide an appropriate way to compare fingerprints.

If we meet in person and need to setup a secure channel, we will just exchange a secret passphrase to use with what's most appropriate: OTR, Pond, Ricochet.

If it turns out we really need PGP, we will setup some ad-hoc keys, more à-la-Operational PGP. Same for any signed releases or canaries I might maintain in the future.

To exchange files, we will negotiate Magic Wormhole, OnionShare, or ad-hoc PGP keys over the secure channel we already have. The point is not to avoid the gpg tool, but the PGP key management model.

If you really need to cold-contact me, I might maintain a Keybase key, but no promises. I like rooting trust in your social profiles better since it makes key rotation much more natural, and is probably how most people know me anyway.

I'm also not dropping YubiKeys. I'm very happy about my new YubiKey 4 with touch-to-operate, which I use for SSH keys, password storage and machine bootstrap. But these things are 100% under my control.
yubikey  pgp  crypto  privacy  whatsapp  signal 
9 days ago by bwiese
Paper storage and recovery of GPG keys
Paper storage and recovery of GPG keys
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9 days ago by gma
Establish your online identity using GnuPG
Creating and managing PGP keys is not a straightforward matter. Many approaches exist and if you are a whistleblower, this tutorial probably does not meet yo...
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9 days ago by gma
Thunderbird — Software made to make email easier. — Mozilla
Thunderbird is a free email application that’s easy to set up and customize - and it’s loaded with great features!
thunderbird  email  client  privacy  desktop  use  opensource  mt  pgp  gpg  tor 
18 days ago by orlin
Email Self-Defense - a guide to fighting surveillance with GnuPG encryption
Email surveillance violates our fundamental
rights and makes free speech risky. This guide will teach you email
self-defense in 40 minutes with GnuPG.
mt  email  encryption  howto  pgp  privacy  guide  fsf  enignmail  macos  use  tutorial 
18 days ago by orlin
GPG Suite
Everything you need to get started with secure communication and encrypting files in one simple package leveraging the power of OpenPGP/GPG
mt  tooled  gpg  macos  encryption  apps  email  privacy  security  pgp  osx  package 
18 days ago by orlin
browserPGP
PGP in browser, simple and secure.
pgp  browserhosted  online  service  opensource  floss 
23 days ago by gilberto5757

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