Corporate use of gnupg
Alexander W. Janssen
yalla at fsfe.org
Tue Feb 26 18:42:35 CET 2008
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Andrew Berg wrote:
> Alexander W. Janssen wrote:
>> Or chown() the gnupg.conf to some other user. Not sure if gpg will read
>> the file then though.
> If the user has read access (and gpg is being run with that user's
> privileges of course), why wouldn't it?
I don't know :-) I didn't try it and it might be some
security-feature... Like "if the effective UID doesn't match the owner
of ~/.gnupg/gnupg.conf" don't start".
But as I said: Didn't try it. Was just thinking of possibilities.
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