@bandie Maybe you can help me with that:
I have a gpg key with 3 sub keys (one for each type, signing, encryption, authentication)
If somebody encrypts something for me, which key do I need to decrypt that file then?
I have exported them with: —export-secret-keys <email id> and —export-secret-subkeys <email id>.
@bandie If I now for example want to use `pass` on a new computer, can I simply import the subkey file and it should work. Also as far as I understand, I can only do stuff with the whole chain with the exported keys file, so if that Pc doesnt have it, it can’t add new keys, right?
@lyze For decryption you use the [E] subkey.
I never used pass. Usually you should be okay with the specific subkey you really need. But maybe pass uses [A] for something? *shrugs*
@bandie Aha, and I can use whatever encryption key?
Like I revoked my old E key and generated a new one, but I can still decrypt everything normally. Seems a bit weird to me?
It is because your new E key has been signed by the C key (Certify).
@bandie Ah thats neat, thanks! :)
@lyze Remember uploading your new key changes. After a while you also should tell others to
@cryptkiddie If it is not rootable, how do you want to manage flashing it?
@bandie It is rootable with some exploits in Android 5.1 and it can be flashed using fastboot
@bandie Only thing is: It is a mediatek processor inside an extremly uncommon Device...
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