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Re: [vox] PGP question: Multiple Machines [signed]



MB [c] said:

> I believe that's how it generally works.  You would use the same key for
>  signing everywhere.  Some people copy that key to a usb key fob and
> then  can sign things from any computer, but I think that you understand
> the  risks involved with that.  You at least trust that your three
> computers  are virus/spyware/etc free, and so copying your private key
> to those  "trusted" machines should be no big deal.

Okay, I used SCP to copy down my secret key from my computer at home.  I
haven't tracked down the GPG plugin for SquirrelMail that Rod suggested.


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