kiblema at gmail.com
Fri May 3 14:29:05 CEST 2013
It is not appropriate for us to have several public-private-keys.
Can GnuPG be downloaded on a virtual machine so, that, if one user on VM
generates a pair-key, this pair-key will be also the keys of other user of
this VM? So they all will be able to decrypt files using one private-key..?
How to set it like that, if this is possible.
On Fri, May 3, 2013 at 2:09 PM, David Smith <Dave.Smith at st.com> wrote:
> On 05/03/13 12:58, Lema KB wrote:
> > Hi Werner
> > let's say, user_1 created public-private-key_1. then senders should
> > encrypt it with public-key_1 but for all user_1, user_2, etc.
> > with which private key will user_2, user_3,.. decrypt this file.csv,
> > which is encrypted with public-key_1?
> user_1, user_2 and user_3 each generate their own public-private
> keypair. So:
> Receiver_1 has public_key_1 and private_key_1
> Receiver_2 has public_key_2 and private_key_2
> Receiver_3 has public_key_3 and private_key_3
> They then all send their public keys to a fourth user, "Sender" (who may
> actually be one of the receivers, if you wish).
> Sender then encrypts the file using the public keys of all the
> Receivers. For example:
> gpg --recipient Receiver_1 \
> --recipient Reciever_2 \
> --recipient Receiver_3 \
> --encrypt-file file_to_be_encrypted
> Each of the three recipients will then be able to decrypt the file using
> their own private key.
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