Hush hush GPG

I'm in the midst of Top Secret work again, because my life is incredibly, nay, unbearably exciting. The client had to send over some Sensitive Material, and rather than just leave it on the bus on USB stick for me to pick up later, they've decided to encrypt it using GPG (or GNU Privacy Guard), an Free variation on PGP.

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I'm in the midst of Top Secret work again, because my life is incredibly, nay, unbearably exciting.

The client had to send over some Sensitive Material, and rather than just leave it on the bus on USB stick for me to pick up later, they've decided to encrypt it using GPG (or GNU Privacy Guard), an Free variation on PGP.

It's been a while since I used shared key encryption, so I brushed up on the basics with this handy tutorial from AP Lawrence, and then found out that Ubuntu already has a nice GUI program installed called Seahorse.

I'm happy, the client's happy and the international terrorists are currently gnashing their teeth at missing out on all the juicy data...