how to do

Schlacta, Christ aarcane at
Wed Jul 9 18:53:11 CEST 2014

Depending on how many users are expected to have access to this file, you
can just maintain a public keyring that everyone has.  You then have
everyone encrypt to the list of everyone, and then anyone can decrypt it
with their private key and password and re encrypt to everyone.  This
solution scales poorly, and so should be used only on a small scale.

For a larger scale, you probably want a more robust solution.
On Jul 8, 2014 10:16 AM, "Gould, Michael (RIS-BCT)" <
Michael.Gould at> wrote:

>  Currently we use do not use pgp for email, only to decrypt and/or
> encrypt customer files for processing.  We currently use a single user id
> for this however this doesn’t allow us to audit the use.  What I was
> wondering is can I create a public key that has everyone’s email address in
> it that should have access to a specific private key?  If not any other
> suggestions or example or URL of places that have detailed explanations
> would be appreciated.
> Best Regards
> Michael Gould
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