Random Bits

kinspect – quickly look into PGP public key details

Sometimes I just need to look into the details of a PGP key that is provided in its “armored” form by some website (not everyone is publishing their keys to the keyservers). Normally I would have to import that key to my keyring or save it into a file and use gnupg to visualize it […]

Python Technology and Internet

Receive PGP encrypted emails, without the sender needing to know how to do it

One common trouble of people trying to secure their email communications with PGP, is that more often that not the other end doesn’t know how to use these kind of tools. I’ll be honest, at the current state the learning curve is too steep for the common user. This causes a huge deal of trouble […]