lusfert at gmail.com
Sat Oct 8 18:24:40 CEST 2005
> lusfert wrote:
>>>How can I change text (not by manually editing) in armor headers (for
>>>example, "Version:") or armor headers themselves (add, remove)? Will it
>>>affect compatibility with other applications?
>>>Can I put custom text into "Version:" in stage of exporting public key,
>>>making signatures, encrypting with ASCII output, etc.?
>>>Sometimes I do not wish that others will know what exactly OpenPGP
>>>implementation and OS I'm currently using.
> Well, you can use --no-emit-version and --no-comments...
Thanks, these commands are really useful.
Albert Reiner wrote:
> [lusfert <lusfert at gmail.com>, Sat, 08 Oct 2005 16:15:43 +0400]:
>>How can I change text (not by manually editing) in armor headers (for
>>example, "Version:") or armor headers themselves (add, remove)? Will it
>>affect compatibility with other applications?
> Not an expert, but I don't think you can put custom text into the
> "Version:" field, but you can omit it and put custom text into a
> "Comment:" field:
> $ echo | gpg --armor --encrypt --recip z --trust-model always
> --comment 'hi there' --no-emit-version
> -----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE-----
> Comment: hi there
> -----END PGP MESSAGE-----
But sometimes I see public keys with custom "Version:", for example,
Is it possible to change this field only by manually editing?
About "Comment:" I already know. BTW,
--comment 'hi there' (with apostrophes '')
doesn't work, works only with quotation marks ""
Thus very paranoid message should be sent via anonymous remailers and
encrypted with options:
Anything else (except removing BEGIN PGP MESSAGE)?
With best regards...
Current OpenPGP key ID: 0x500B8987
Fingerprint: E883 045D 36FB 8CA3 8D69 9C79 9E35 3B56 500B 8987
Keyserver to use: sks.keyserver.penguin.de
Encrypted mail preferred.
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