Portable GnuPG? (Ideally with portable TB+Enigmail)
andre at amorim.me
Mon Mar 15 23:47:59 CET 2010
Maybe winPT portable as a GUI. But last time I got some alerts made by
my antivirus while runing winpt portable.... Now what I'm doing is
have my pendrive (better with CD read only system if you're got a
truly paranoia) with Ubuntu Privacy Remix installed
https://www.privacy-cd.org/ .. + Truecrypt GUI ready to run.
All the best
On 15 March 2010 21:24, Aaron Berthold <listen at story-games.at> wrote:
> On 15.03.2010 21:14, Grant Olson wrote:
>> I think you just found the wrong page. Install the latest
>> thunderbirdPortable from here:
>> And install gpg from here:
>> This one isn't listed as a development test or beta status like the page
>> you had.
>> Then install Enigmail.
>> It worked fine for me.
> Thanks, I'll try that one. (Weird that I didn't find it. Huh...)
>> Also keep in mind it's not a good idea to insert a USB Drive with your
>> private key into an untrusted computer. You might want to make a dummy
>> key for demo purposes.
> Yeah, getting copies of your private keys on untrusted pcs (and entering
> the passphrase there) is a Bad Idea. I'll probably make a zipped "blank
> package", with TB/Enigmail/Gnupg installed but without keys or anything,
> to show keygen, importing etc. So I could extract the prepared package,
> show my stuff and then just delete the whole thing and start from from
> the fresh package on the next computer. (Although, ideally, people would
> say "Wow, that's awesome!" and just keep using the programs. ^_^ )
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