Using GnuPG to sign web pages.

Neil Williams linux at
Tue Jan 18 14:55:36 CET 2005

On Tuesday 18 January 2005 11:28 am, Carlo Luciano Bianco wrote:
> Dear all,
> We have put online a brief tutorial on a possible use of GnuPG (or any
> other OpenPGP-compliant software) to sign web pages. It is at:
> <>
> Suggestions and comments are welcome!

Section about checksums: Why not use a valid attribute like title or id 
instead of inventing chksum? Title will show up in a tool-tip, id can be used 
as a link.

Now what we need is a method for displaying the validity of the signature 
within the main browser application window.

Maybe a little script to sit in the Konqueror Tools menu? It already supports 
HTML validation with W3C and lots of other tools, this could be added.


Neil Williams

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