Importing my keys fails
alphasigmax at gmail.com
Thu Nov 30 13:13:06 CET 2006
Michael Erskine wrote:
> On Wednesday 29 November 2006 21:33, Joseph Bruni wrote:
>> An OpenSSH key is not an OpenPGP key. There are some efforts to use OpenPGP
>> keys for SSH authentication, however.
> Can they be somehow integrated or will I always need two (or more) sets of
> keys? Are the keys used by OpenSSH in themselves somehow less secure or is
> there something in their nature that means they can never be used by OpenPGP?
> My limited understanding was that symetric keys were just a pair of fancy
> numbers! :)
Since I can't be bothered explaining, here are some links that will do
it for me:
Death to all fanatics!
Down with categorical imperative!
OpenPGP key: http://tinyurl.com/lvq4g
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