Signing already-encrypted files (all to self)?

gnupg at gnupg at
Sat Nov 12 13:56:24 CET 2011

On 11/11/11 22:54, Chris Poole wrote:

>> I would just produce a list of SHA1s of the files and then sign that.
> OK thanks, I hadn't thought of that. I'd still have to decrypt and re-encrypt
> them to keep hashes of all plaintext versions of the files though. (Thinking
> about running this script every few days and hashing the latest files pulled
> from the IMAP server; it'd be far easier just to find any files not ending in
> ".gpg" to hash.)

If you'd prefer to automatically encrypt your emails with your public
GPG key on delivery, rather than using a batch job every few days, you
can read up on the technique I use to do that here:

Mike Cardwell
Professional   0018461F/35BC AF1D 3AA2 1F84 3DC3 B0CF 70A5 F512 0018 461F

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