Is it possible to construct a GPG Certificate from an existing RSA key pair
melvincarvalho at gmail.com
Sat Oct 6 16:22:20 CEST 2012
On 6 October 2012 16:15, Hauke Laging <mailinglisten at hauke-laging.de> wrote:
> Am Sa 06.10.2012, 15:53:25 schrieb Melvin Carvalho:
> > Is it possible to construct a GPG 'Certificate' from an existing RSA key
> > pair?
> > I've got some 2048 RSA keys I'd like to reuse, is there any way I can use
> > them to make everything I need for GPG?
> How do you have these key pairs? Are they part of a GnuPG keyring? What is
Long story but I have them in various forms
- as an exponent / modulus
- as PEM
- as DER
- as .p12
- as id_rsa (ssh)
I originally extracted the key pair from my GPG key->.p12 using some java
If there's any way it's theoretically possible to try and do the reverse
and reconstruct some of the GPG from the .p12 I'd be very grateful to know.
> PGP: D44C 6A5B 71B0 427C CED3 025C BD7D 6D27 ECCB 5814
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