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Wed Apr 7 21:31:32 CEST 2004
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On Wednesday 07 Apr 2004 9:54, Jason Burnett wrote:
> on Wed Apr 07 Atom 'Smasher' spoke forth with the blessed manuscript
> I can't seem to find any docs on encrypting to multiple keys, I encrypt
> my important files all the time, do you have a URL or some info
> on how to encrypt to multiple keys? or am I overanalyzing this function?
Just specify more than one keyid on the encrypt command line:
$ gpg -ear keyid1 keyid2 keyid3 keyid4 keyidN
As atom hinted, you can specify recipient keys in gpg.conf and if you are in
control of user gpg.conf files, as you claimed, you could specify the list
Administrating this kind of system will require exponentially more input the
more users you enlist.
> Our main goal is to make sure that, as long our employees maintain
> proper personal security, that the data is fairly safe from prying eyes.
Wouldn't an encrypted filesystem be an alternative?
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