multiple key encryption/decryption
Mon Sep 8 04:39:02 2003
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Sean Bofinger wrote:
> Hi everyone...
> This has probably been asked a few time before, so i do apologise in
No apology needed
> What i am trying to do is this. I would like a single file encrypted
> such that any one of three given private keys can decrypt the file. Is
> this possible with GnuPG??
Just specify each key as a recipient with either -r or --recipient. The
example command below has wrapped, your's should be all one one line
gpg --output memo.gpg --encrypt -r <firstname.lastname@example.org> -r +Sam Spade --recipient
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