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CryptoParty
CryptoParty is a decentralized movement with events happening all over the world. The goal is to pass on knowledge about protecting yourself in the digital space. This can include encrypted communication, preventing being tracked while browsing the web, and general security advice regarding computers and smartphones.
security  privacy  GnuPG  gpg  PGP  cryptography 
11 days ago by aldolat
operational pgp - draft
This is a guide on how to email securely.
email  encryption  gpg  security  GnuPG 
24 days ago by aldolat
OpenPGP Best Practices - riseup.net
We have gathered here a lot of information about configuring GnuPG. There are detailed explanations for each configuration suggestion. Many of these changes require you to make changes to the GnuPG configuration file on your machine located at ~/.gnupg/gpg.conf. For your convenience, all the suggested changes to the gpg.conf file are gathered in one place near the bottom of this page. We strongly encourage you to not blindly copy the file, but read the document and understand what the settings do.

Also note that this guide was written for legacy versions of GnuPG (1.4) and may contain recommendations that are redundant with default settings in newer releases of GnuPG (2.1 and above). A review is in progress to make sure the guide is up to date. You can help by submitting changes yourself.
gpg  GnuPG  security  crittografia  privacy 
24 days ago by aldolat
drduh/YubiKey-Guide: Guide to using YubiKey as a SmartCard for GPG and SSH
This is a practical guide to using YubiKey as a SmartCard for storing GPG encryption and signing keys.
An authentication key can also be created for SSH and used with gpg-agent.
Keys stored on a smartcard like YubiKey seem more difficult to steal than ones stored on disk, and are convenient for everyday use.
gpg  GnuPG  SSH  YubiKey  security 
4 weeks ago by aldolat
Using GPG and SSH keys (GnuPG 2.1) with a Smartcard (Yubikey 4) - Suva.sh's blog
The primary intention of this post is to document the research and the steps I’ve taken for my current ‘GPG & SSH keys on a smartcard’ setup, so that I can look it up for future reference and possible improvements. There are plenty of good articles around the same subject, but most of them are partly dated either regarding GnuPG versions, subkey separation or an older Yubikey.
gpg  GnuPG  SSH  YubiKey  security 
4 weeks ago by aldolat
security in-a-box | tools and tactics for digital security
Security in-a-Box is a guide to digital security for activists and human rights defenders throughout the world.
security  privacy  activism  human_rights  journalism  GnuPG  gpg 
january 2017 by aldolat
Creating the perfect GPG keypair - Alex Cabal
You’d think that today, where laptops and world travel are commonplace, there’d be a little more information on how to secure a private key you have to travel with. But I could only find one resource: the Debian Wiki entry on subkeys. Fortunately it turns out this wiki page has exactly the solution we need.
OpenPGP  keypair  subkeys  GnuPG  security 
december 2016 by aldolat
PGP and SSH keys on a Yubikey NEO « Eric Severance
With the new year, I decided it was time to make a new PGP key. I wanted to keep this key on a Yubikey NEO and NEO-n for every day use. By using hardware tokens like the Yubikey, the private PGP keys never need to be stored on my computer. The PGP keys on the Yubikey can also be used for SSH public-key authentication.
encryption  pgp  YubiKey  gpg  gnupg  letture 
june 2015 by aldolat
GnuPG Options Reference
Options may be specified on the command line or in an options file. The default location of the options file is ~/.gnupg/options. When specifying options in the options file, omit the leading two dashes and instead use simply the option name followed by any arguments. Lines in the file with a hash (#) as the first non-white-space character are ignored.
gnupg  options 
december 2010 by aldolat
Il Key Signing Party HOWTO
Un key signing party è una riunione di persone che usano il sistema di crittografia PGP, durante la quale ogni partecipante ha la possibilità di firmare la chiave degli altri. I key signing party aiutano in modo consistente a estendere la propria rete della fiducia, inoltre offrono un'opportunità per discutere di questioni sociali e politiche che riguardano la crittografia forte, la sovranità e le libertà individuali, dell'implementazione di tecnologie crittografiche, o perfino degli sviluppi futuri del software libero per la crittografia.
gnupg  key-signing-party 
december 2010 by aldolat
How to Use Gnu Privacy Guard - Community Ubuntu Documentation
GnuPG uses public-key cryptography so that users may communicate securely. In a public-key system, each user has a pair of keys consisting of a private key and a public key. A user's private key is kept secret; it need never be revealed. The public key may be given to anyone with whom the user wants to communicate.
gpg  gnupg  pgp  security  encryption  howto 
october 2010 by aldolat

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