- What Is PGP? GPG?
- Why Should You Care?
- Is GPG Hard to Use?
- Does It Work with Other Crypto Programs?
- Where Can You Find GPG?
- How Does It Work?
- How to Install It
- How to Use It
- Generate Your Key
- Export Your Key
- Key Management Window
- Importing a Key via the Clipboard
- Importing a Key from the Key Server Network
- Open the GPG Text Editor
- Right-Click Menu
- File Encryption/Decryption
- Possible Legal Hazards
Importing a Key via the Clipboard
To bring in a key from a web page or e-mail, from your browser with the window activated, highlight from the first "-" character in PGP PUBLIC KEY block to the last "-" character, copy to Clipboard (see Figure 9). To do this with e-mail, do the same with the message window onscreen.
Figure 9 Public key block
Then, open the Key Import window from Keys > Import Keys (see Figure 10).
Figure 10 Key Import window (local)
Select Clipboard and hit OK. It grabs your desired key at once.