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|PGP 5.0 Man Page|
|PGPE 5.0 Man Page||Encrypts and signs messages|
|PGPK 5.0 Man Page||Public and Private key management|
|PGPS 5.0 Man Page||Signs messages|
|PGPV 5.0 Man Page||Decrypts and Verifies messages|
|PGP.CFG 5.0 Man Page||Format of the configuration file used by pgp|
PGP 5.0pgp -kgPGP creates the following files in the .pgp directory:The RSA Key Generation section of the PGP User's Guide, Volume I describes the process of generating a public/secret key pair.pubring.pgp - Public key ring file secring.pgp - Secret key ring file randseed.bin - Random number seed file
pgpk -gPGP creates the following files in the .pgp directory:With the exception of the PGP command, the RSA Key Generation section of the PGP User's Guide, Volume I describes the process of generating a public/secret key pair. Refer to the PGPK 5.0 Man Page as well.pubring.pkr - Public key ring file secring.skr - Secret key ring file randseed.bin - Random number seed file
Store the user ID of the public key in $pgp_user_id in ws_global.setup.WebStore is distributed with a copy of PGP's config.txt in WebStore's /Pgp directory for use with PGP 2.6.
Enter the pass phrase when decrypting a file or e-mail message on your local PC. PGP will prompt you to enter the pass phrase.
Do not loose the pass phrase
Loosing the pass phrase renders the secret key useless. You will need to create a new public/secret key pair.
$pgp = '/usr/local/bin/pgp'; PGP 2.6 $pgp = '/usr/local/bin/pgpe'; PGP 5.0
$pgp_directory = $basedir.'/'.'Pgp';
$pgp_user_id = "Your Name <username\@YourDomain.xxx>";
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