This is an introductory video in the use of GPG encryption with a utility called CryptoPhane. You can use CryptoPhane to secure files transferred between you an another person without sharing a password. 1. Create a secret key 2. Public key management -Export a public key -Import a public key 3. Encrypt a file 4. Decrypt a file CryptoPhane: https://code.google.com/p/cryptophane/
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How to import and export key rings in GnuPG Shell. GnuPG Shell is a cross-platform GUI for the GNU Privacy Guard. Go to http://www.tech-faq.com/gnupg-shell.shtml to download GnuPG Shell.
Views: 1897 Will Spencer
In the last OpenPGP video we looked at how to create a public key and to distributed so that people will be able to send you encrypt it emails. In this video we will look at taking that public key and using it to actually send an encrypted email. it is pretty easy using the services menu to select the block of text that is the public key and to imported to your GPG tools Keychain. It is also extremely easy to take a public key that is in the ASCII file format and to import that into the keychain. In this video I show you how you can use Apple mail to send and receive encrypted emails with the whole of the email being encrypted. It is also possible to encrypt just part of the email and we will be looking at that in the next video. When you're looking actual emails in Apple mail they are automatically decrypted by the plug-in that connects to the keychain. I open up an email that I have sent in Gmail to show that the email that was sent was fully encrypted and that it wasn't possible for anybody to do a man in the middle attack and read whatever was in the email. ## Please subscribe to make sure you hear about all the How To videos. You can subscribe here Wizardgold Channel - http://goo.gl/zE2Uc On the Wizardgold Channel you will also find playlists so that you can see all the videos for specific areas of interest. Here is the Playlist for NoStylus - http://goo.gl/WMf7s ## Let's get Social * Twitter - http://bit.ly/a20qTwitter * FaceBook - http://bit.ly/2QJBAxO * GooglePlus - http://goo.gl/SKDeJ here is the Good and Geeky website - https//goodandgeeky.com ---------- All of the content in the video belongs to me. This is taken from your page of information about making tutorials that can be monetized. http://support.google.com/youtube/bin/answer.py?hl=en-GB&answer=2490020 ... if I am doing a tutorial demonstrating use of software? You can monetise videos showing software user interface only if you have a contract with the publisher or you have paid a licensing fee. Otherwise, showing software user interface on your video has to be minimal UNLESS PROVIDING INSTRUCTIONAL OR EDUCATIONAL VALUE. The relevant section is in All Caps. Sorry for shouting. David Allen ----------------------------------------------- Want to find out when there are new videos on this channel? **Subscribe here:- ** Wizardgold Channel - http://goo.gl/zE2Uc Then have a look at the various playlists to zoom in to the videos you most want to see. I am Good and Geeky and make videos for iOS and Mac users to get the best out of the platform and be completely productive. Part of being a nerd is to drive the future - I have an electric car and I show what it is really like being an owner driver of a Nissan Leaf.
Views: 3962 David Allen
KDE seems in a sad state when it comes to being able to use encryption. File encryption on KDE via Kgpg is hit and miss at best, there are lots of complaints on the net where Kgpg refuses to start. You need to use a terminal to start Kgpg for keys or clipboard work, although it should start from the menu... This is how to set it up and use it. Normally your keys are not set to expire and you should make a revocation cert. Here I'm using using Kgpg in SolydK - Debian Linux. Kgpg refuses to start and brings up the error gpg: option file `/home/username/.gnupg/gpg.conf': No such file or directory = Paste the following info into a terminal - kwriteconfig --file kgpgrc --group "GPG Settings" --key "gpg_config_path" --type string "$HOME/.gnupg/gpg.conf"
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How to encrypt and decrypt files using GnuPG Shell. GnuPG Shell is a cross-platform GUI for the GNU Privacy Guard. Go to http://www.tech-faq.com/gnupg-shell.shtml to download GnuPG Shell.
Views: 13340 Will Spencer
https://huezohuezo1990.wordpress.com/gpg_pgp Crear Clave GPG y Exportar Clave Publica y Privada. https://huezohuezo1990.wordpress.com/gpg_pgp/
Views: 907 Victor Manuel Huezo Lopez