I've been hacked and now I only use a key pair on keybase.
sac at 300baud.de
Sun May 26 19:11:32 CEST 2019
Tony Lane wrote:
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> On 5/26/19 12:27 PM, Stefan Claas wrote:
> > I remember paperkey, but I am not sure on how to create / reply
> > securely messages offline with paperkey.
> > Regards
> > Stefan
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> With GPG, of course. You use GPG to communicate securely over an
> insecure medium. You do not have to be online to use GPG. It's done
> entirely on the host machine. Or are you asking, exactly how to do
Yes, I would like to know how to communicate with paperkey, because
my understanding is or was that paperkey is used to store my sec
key on a paper medium. I don't understand how people would communicate
What I will do, as soon as I have the funds, is using an offline
computer with an USB to USB null modem cable and CoolTerm to create
messages on the offline computer, transfer them via the cable and
then send them with the online computer, which then can be compromised
again, without having any crypto software on that machine.
For receiving PGP-MIME messages I already have an encoder, so that
I can later then transform those messages to the offline computer,
so that GnuPG can decrypt them.
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