GPGTools public key for firstname.lastname@example.org
This is simply a general question about your public keys. In the new version just released, I see a new a new public key [email blocked] was added to the keyring after installation. On your homepage, you list your public key with the old one for [email blocked]. Has the link to the public key simply not been updated yet, or you added a new key and the old is no longer? Just curious...
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1 Posted by gpg_dude on 12 Jun, 2020 12:39 AM
The forum is blocking out those emails or key IDs you tried to post - but from what I see there are multiple keys for the GPG Tools team. The older key ID 00D026C4 created in 2010 (+ an RSA sub-key created in 2014) is what they use for their team and to sign the releases. There is also a newer key ID 558E41AF created in May 2020 that lists their support email address on it.
Support Staff 2 Posted by Luke Le on 12 Jun, 2020 09:34 AM
gpg_dude explained it very well already.
Our [email blocked] key is mainly for signing releases.
We have recently added a new key for [email blocked] which can be used to encrypt and send sensitive messages to us via email as an alternative to using our support platform.
Hope that explains it.
3 Posted by Paul Orama on 12 Jun, 2020 12:23 PM
Well, that explains it! Thank you both for the replies.
Steve closed this discussion on 12 Jun, 2020 12:47 PM.