Use the Encryption interface to configure GnuPG. GnuPG is a publicly available encryption scheme that uses the public key approach. With GnuPG, messages use a public key to encrypt messages that only a private key can decrypt.
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GnuPG keys use the public key approach for encryption. Servers that use GnuPG keys encrypt outbound messages with a public key. Only the intended recipient, who has the private key, can decrypt the message.
To add a GnuPG key, perform the following steps:
Enter your information in the Create a New Key text boxes.
Important: Use a secure password. A secure password is not a dictionary word, and it contains uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols.
Use an appropriate expiration date for your key. The system defaults to one year (
To import an existing GnuPG key, perform the following steps:
The system will automatically install the key.
After you add a key set to the server, you can delete it or view it under the appropriate Public or Private headings.