Creating a new Identity

Jacky Alcine jackyalcine at
Thu May 14 18:41:35 CEST 2015

On Thursday, May 14, 2015 05:04:39 PM Alfredo Palhares wrote:

Password Store allows you to encrypt your entire tree of keys with multiple 
keys so for #2, you shouldn't have a problem. As for storing keys offline, in 
the case of having a backup, storing your private keys to a physical medium or 
printing them out and locking them in safe keeping would be one case.

> Hello everyone,
> I am finally planning on leaving the nickname I choose as a kid for my
> email.
> So I bough the domain (my last name) and I will be setting
> Postfix for that email alfredo at, with that, I want to have the
> best possible GPG Keypair.
> I've been doing some reading[1][2] and I plan to create a master keypair to
> a set of subkeys for my laptop and another for my smartphone, but right
> away I have the following questions:
> - I use a password manager[3] to store my passwords and share them across
>   devices, since they would be to separate keys, I would need to encrypt for
> to separate key IDs right ?
> - How do you store your master GPG key offline ?
> - Comming from another email and GPG what would be the best method to prove
> I am the person that used masterkorp at email and X key id ?
> [1]:
> [2]:
> [3]:
> Regards,
Jacky Alcine, web developer on a sugar high
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