Signed git Commits

GPG + git + GitHub

Does it work? Yep! I now have signed git commits for this blog! If you head over to GitHub you’ll see each commit I’ve pushed is now signed/verified with my usual key. Read on for how I got it working and what you may need/want to do for yourself. Resources I did read over the following info before hitting on a process that worked. Thankfully the info is good and very straight forward for a change. [Read More]

GPG + SSH Auth

Well then, that was easy

PGP Auth Cert + SSH So… I’ve been struggling with how to effectively leverage PGP auth certs with SSH. I keep my SSH keys locked up on encrypted media. It’s a PITA to Find the media Unlock the full disk crypto ssh -i /big/long/path [email protected] Finish ssh session Unwind mounted filesystem and full disk crypto Put media back where it belongs (a safe place) That’s just a procedure in a half. [Read More]
opsec  security  ssh  pgp  gpg 

[Open]PGP Keys

A breakdown of MY keys, fingerprints, ids, etc

Keybase

You can find me over on Keybase.io here (link)

[Open]PGP Key

Fingerprint
E7C4 2AB5 279A B728 54C2 F920 CE6C F077 BA82 7602
ID
CE6CF077BA827602
Type
4096 RSA
Download
Link

Sub Keys

Please note: these keys may not import correctly with some PGP implementations. If they fail to import: Use the above key for import with the ids/fingerprints below.

Signing Key

Fingerprint
8D59 5A50 2AB3 24CC FA96 D717 331B 7E11 07F9 9137
ID
331B7E1107F99137
Type
2048 RSA
Download
Link

Encryption Key

Fingerprint
D426 DFDB 8211 B345 A0A8 120A 6015 7287 69B3 2601
ID
331B7E1107F99137
Type
2048 RSA
Download
Link
pgp  openpgp