Now that things have calmed down a little, I've finally had time to finish and post one of my presentations from the Washington, DC cryptoparty. My presentation on GnuPG is now available for download. If there is anythings that needs to be fixed in it, please let me know and I'll get a new release out.
Please bear in mind that this is a high-level lesson on how to use GnuPG, so you won't learn how AES works or how to implement SHA-1, because you don't need to know that stuff to sign e-mail or encrypt files. If you want to learn how cryptographic algorithms work, there are better resources out there that simply can't be compressed into a 40 minute talk. Remember to check the cryptographic signatures to ensure that the files haven't been tampered with.
- cryptoparty-gnupg-v1.0.odp (v1.0) (sig)
- cryptoparty-gnupg-v1.0.pdf (v1.0) (sig)
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