Generate gpg keys, upload to server, pull from server, from CLI

  1. gpg --gen-key
  2. gpg --list-keys
  3. gpg --keyserver --send-keys '62E49F5A'
    1. that funky number is listed in the output of "list-keys", just look carefully
      1. your funky number will be unique
      2. should be 8 digits long and hex
  4. gpg --keyserver --search-keys ''
  5. gpg --keyserver --search-keys ''
  6. gpg --keyserver --recv-keys 1F3B6ACA
    1. Get her key with the ID you saw in previous step
  7. Use keys to encrypt content
    1. Can be encrypted for multiple people in one go, and only those listed can open the result


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