jason at monkeypr0n.org
Wed Apr 7 22:27:41 CEST 2004
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on Wed Apr 07 Neil Williams spoke forth with the blessed manuscript
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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
Thanks for all the suggestions, I have been experimenting with the
suggestions today and I am very satisfied with the results so far.
> 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?
This is another option that is being discussed.
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