What is your PGP setup?

(Moo Extremum) #1

Speaking to a few people on matrix, I have found that people have very different, but very innovative setups for PGP. So, I thought, what do the other people of the privacytools forum have as a setup?

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#2

Till very recently pgp with brew. Now gpgtools w/o the mail part. A lot easier now than terminal-only.

edit: just added one word

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#3

I use it with Seahorse. https://www.openpgp.org/software/seahorse/

#4

I use gpg4win as my main PGP software and testing PGP Desktop.

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#5

I’ve generated a PGP key on the Linux terminal, but that’s about it. Can you perform all of the same functions as a program like Seahorse or GPG? (I imagine you can; I just haven’t done it yet.) To be honest, I’m still learning the terminal and haven’t mastered it yet.

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I didn’t like any of the GUI’s for key management, and some had limitations (ie. no 4096bit keys) so I resorted to the command line for creating and managing keys.
Other than that, mailvelope is pretty cool for webmail when I’m not using protonmail.
It’s super easy to use.

#7

Sorry forgot the link https://www.mailvelope.com/en/

Don’t let the lame website fool you, it’s pretty neat.