Tue Jan 7 13:55:02 2003
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On Tuesday 07 Jan 2003 12:26 am, email@example.com wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> I'm new to GnuPG (and PGP).
> I've been through the key generation, import, export, encrypt,
> decrypt, sign steps, but I have one question:
> I primarily plan to use GnuPG to decrypt files sent to me, encrypted
> with my public key. Everytime I decrypt I get prompted for my
> passphrase to use my secret key. Is there a way to enter than on the
> I'm using Microsoft Win32 binaries.
Get WinPT or GPGShell, which are GUIs to GPG in Windows. You don't say=20
what MUA (email program) you are using, but most should do this for=20
you. If you have a problem, download Beonex Communicator and Enigmail=20
and it will do it all for you; you can even cache your passphrase for a=20
given period of time.
GPG Keys at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Comment: Please sign and encrypt for internet privacy
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