GPG Public Keys¶
The GPG public keyring for the DevOps team can be used to securely send files or emails to us.
GPG cheat sheet¶
Here are some handy commands to keep around for using GPG to communicate with us. These instructions assume that you have GPG installed and are relatively familiar with using the command line.
Listing contents of the public keyring¶
Download our GPG public keyring and use the following command:
gpg --list-keys --no-default-keyring --keyring ./teampubkeys.gpg
Encrypting a file to send to us¶
Download our GPG public keyring and use the
following command to encrypt a file named
foo.txt so that
firstname.lastname@example.org can decrypt it:
gpg --no-default-keyring --keyring ./teampubkeys.gpg --armour \ --recipient email@example.com \ --recipient firstname.lastname@example.org \ --encrypt foo.txt
The recipient email address must match those listed in the public keyring.
The use of
--no-default-keyring helps ensure that the key you use for a
recipient is one from our team keyring and not a personal key.