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GPG/PGP-Part 6: Review and Conclusion

Welcome to final part (Part 6) of GPG/PGP Key series. In this part we will review what we have seen so far in the previous parts and also will look at some of the important commands. Part 1: Generating GPG/PGP keys on Debian Linux In Part 1, we saw how to generate your first keypair […]

GPG/PGP Keys-Part 4: Signing/Encrypting a file using GPG/PGP key

Welcome to Part 4 of GPG/PGP Key series. What we will learn: In last part we saw how to verify an encrypted sign (.sign) file to confirm if the files and their MD5SUMS were uploaded by the right person. In this part we will learn how to create those encrypted sign file so that your […]

GPG/PGP Keys-Part 3: Verifying Debian ISO images encrypted sign file

Welcome to Part 3 of GPG/PGP Key series. What we will learn: In this part we will learn how to verify the encrypted signature file that is commonly found on web servers which offers download services. Example: Suppose you decide to download the Debian’s NetInstaller CD from Debian HTTP servers. Now you will notice that […]

Info: Verifying MD5 checksum on Windows

Purpose: This post is a follow-up of MD5SUM for ISO images post, in which we primarily learned how to generate MD5 checksums for your ISO images. In this post, we will learn about some of the available tools that you can use to verify those ISO images by running a check of their MD5 checksum […]

HOWTO: Generate a MD5SUM Checksum File for Linux ISO Images

Purpose: Suppose you have created your own Custom Linux LiveCD by generating an ISO image file using mkisofs command or any other command. Now you want to distribute these ISOs to people and therefore you upload them to a web site and provide a link for the download. Suppose someone downloads the ISO but how […]

  
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