brian at nixthis.com
Fri Aug 18 23:01:43 CEST 2006
I started to read up on subkeys but did not understand them enough to
know if they did what we needed. I will take another look.
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>On 08/18/2006 09:34 PM, Brian Rosenvinge wrote:
>>A vendor will be encrypting files for us and making them available via
>>FTP. We have three users that will decrypt the files at different
>>times. The vendor will not accept more than one key from us and we
>>wanted each of our users to have their own key for security and auditing
>>purposes down the line.
>I don't know if it is feasible, but you could give to every user the
>same encryption subkey(used ONLY for the task above) binded to their,
>different, master keys.
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>OpenPGP key ID: 0x58D14EB3
>Key fingerprint: 00B9 3E17 630F F2A7 FF96 DA6B AEE0 EC27 58D1 4EB3
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