LPT730 – LAB 02 – Answers

Lab #2

Complete the following using Thunderbird with the Enigmail add-on.

1) Using gpg2 create an OpenPGP key pair for yourself. Make sure to create a proper and secure backup of your keys.

Ok.

2) Configure your email client for OpenPGP support.

http://enigmail.mozdev.org/documentation/enigmail-quickstart.pdf

3) Post your public key in ASCII format on your blog. Also, upload your key to a keyserver (pool.sks-keyservers.net).

Upload – ok

—–BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK—–
Version: GnuPG v1.4.9 (GNU/Linux)
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0xtE9rBK4KFQx4D9m6YbTe8RzoERIZWVYqnHHS4h3NVRy5oN6uRPkBr3BNY4YZrm
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TY47P7pZkM1tjifYNh6JKTnim1rJpWa7ctbf7t8G730hBN5Rze0XGUgUT5LYG22f
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HIhPBBgRAgAPBQJIzcCLAhsMBQkJZgGAAAoJEN8Mxyu/CRkVSzYAoOHmEgMd/Tsw
SVUCxQskX3L82CAmAJ9Nvt7AyoD2/P2DKfMuDo3K9iL6Sw==
=X63i
—–END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK—–

4) Send a PGP-signed message to your LPT730 professor.

Ok.

5) Assuming that you completed all above steps correctly, you will receive a digitally signed and encrypted reply.

Ok waiting for the answer.

6) Reply with an encrypted and signed message, making sure to quote the conversation in-line.

Ok.

Optional work: Obtain public keys from your classmates, install them in your email client and start communicating using secure email.

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