How to Skip pass phrase
Anthony E. Greene
Sat Feb 16 17:06:01 2002
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On Sat, 16 Feb 2002, S.Murali Krishna wrote:
>While signing my documents I don't want to enter pass phrase and
>simply without that I want to sign it alone with my private key.
Make a key that does not have a passphrase.
>recipient also could be able to decrypt and verify it without my
>passphrase and alone with my private key.
The recipient does not need any passphrase to verify a sig. To decrypt a
message, the recipient will need to use their passphrase (unless they make
a key that does not have a passphrase).
Anthony E. Greene <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.pobox.com/~agreene/>
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