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One of the most commonly used public key systems that uses asymmetric keys is the Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) application (http://www.pgp.com/). PGP is available for a wide variety of operating systems, making it very popular among PC and UNIX users, because data can be exchanged without conversion. PGP works both on the command line, to facilitate secure storage of files, and as a plug-in to e-mail programs, allowing messages to be exchanged securely. This ensures that intermediate mail servers and routers cannot intercept the decrypted contents of transmitted messages, even if they can intercept packets containing the encrypted data.
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To use PGP, each user needs to generate their own public/private key pair. This can be performed by using the following command:
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Choose the type of your public key: 1) DSS/Diffie-Hellman - New algorithm for 5.0 (default) 2) RSA Choose 1 or 2:
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The public key format that you choose will determine what types of block ciphers can be used to encrypt your data. The DSS/Diffie-Hellman algorithm allows Triple DES, CAST, or IDEA, while RSA keys work only with IDEA, so most users will want to select the DSS/Diffie-Hellman algorithm. Next, you need to select the key size:
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Pick your public/private keypair key size: (Sizes are Diffie-Hellman/DSS; Read the user's guide for more information) 1) 768/768 bits- Commercial grade, probably not currently breakable 2) 1024/1024 bits- High commercial grade, secure for many years 3) 2048/1024 bits- "Military" grade, secure for foreseeable future(default) 4) 3072/1024 bits- Archival grade, slow, highest security Choose 1, 2, 3 or 4, or enter desired number of Diffie-Hellman bits (768 - 4096):
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Keep in mind that although a large key provides greater security, it also slows down operations significantly because it is CPU-intensive. Thus, if your needs are commercial rather than military, you should use the 768- or 1024-bit key. Military users should certainly select the largest key size available (currently 4096 bits). Next, you need to enter a user ID. This should be recognizable by your intended recipients. For example, a programmer called Yayoi Rei from Rei Corporation would have a user ID of Yayoi Rei <yayoi@rei.com>. Even in countries in which the family name is usually written first, the expectation for the key server is that the family name will appear last, followed by an e-mail address:
You need a user ID for your public key. The desired form for this user ID is your FULL name, followed by your E-mail address enclosed in <angle brackets>, if you have an E-mail address. For example: Joe Smith <user@domain.com> Enter a user ID for your public key:
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If you wish your key to be valid for a specific time period, you can enter its period of validity in days next; or if the key is intended to be permanent, you can enter zero days:
Enter the validity period of your key in days from 0 - 999 0 is forever (and the default):
You need a password to be associated with the private key for future use, and you will need to enter it twice for verification:
You need a pass phrase to protect your private key(s). Your pass phrase can be any sentence or phrase and may have many words, spaces, punctuation, or any other printable characters. Enter pass phrase: Enter again, for confirmation:
Finally, a number of random numbers needs to be generated from the intervals between random key presses on your keyboard. Try to insert some variation in the key press latency to ensure security:
We need to generate 595 random bits. This is done by measuring the time intervals between your keystrokes. Please enter some random text on your keyboard until you hear the beep:
Once the keypair has been created, you can list all the keys on your local keyring by using the following command:
$ pgp -kl Type Bits KeyID Created Expires Algorithm sec+ 768 0x71849810 2002-01-07 ---------- DSS sub 768 0x78697B9D 2002-01-07 ---------- Diffie-Hellman uid Yayoi Rei <yayoi@rei.com> 1 matching key found
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