How to use a the same generated keypair on enigmail/thunderbird and iOS Mail
Lukas Pitschl | GPGTools
lukele at gpgtools.org
Tue Jul 25 21:42:47 CEST 2017
Since its release, Canary Mail is probably your best option, since it support OpenPGP out-of-the-box.
If you rather prefer to keep using iOS Mail, you’ll have to resort to the much less than user friendly options oPenGP and iPGMail (as others have mentioned). They work, but the user experience is really not pleasant if you receive a lot of encrypted messages. Also I don’t think they support verification of PGP/MIME messages (due to restrictions imposed by iOS).
> Am 14.07.2017 um 20:48 schrieb E.Keen <contact at ekeen.press>:
> Dear community,
> I am very passionate about cyber security and working against mass
> surveillance. I therefore try to stay informed about security
> measurements and encryption.
> Nevertheless, I do have a problem which I cannot solve by myself.
> I generated a keypair using enigmail on thunderbird for this email address.
> Now, I'd like to use the same address with the same encryption keys on
> an iOS device.
> However, I don't know how to transfer the private key securely without
> anyone else being able to obtain it.
> Someone informed me that there might be a possibility to type in the
> private key manually.
> I 'd appreciate any help or further information you might give me.
> Thank you very much.
> Kind Regards,
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