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Some people have been wondering why I've been GPG signing some of my blog posts. I'm attempting to demo the Encryption Applet present in Seahorse HEAD. It GPG encrypts, decrypts, signs, verifies and imports the contents of both the select/middle click and ctrl-c/v clipboards. It was created to provide some friends who use web mail an easy way to use GPG. The reason that some posts are signed and others aren't is because signing a text block strips fancy formatting and reinserting the formatting after signing the text destroys the validity of the signature.
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