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Security OpenPGP tab

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Overview
Use this tab to configure Tiki to use OpenPGP.
To Access
From the Security Admin page, click the OpenPGP tab.



Option Description Default
PGP/MIME encrypted email messaging Use OpenPGP PGP/MIME-compliant encrypted email messaging. All email messaging, notifications, and newsletters are sent as PGP/MIME-encrypted messages, signed with the signer key, and are completely opaque to outsiders. All user accounts need to be properly configured in a gnupg keyring with public keys associated with their tiki-account-related email addresses.
Enable only if gpg, keyring, and tikiaccounts are properly configured for PGP/MIME functionality. NOTE: Requires that all accounts have their public-keys configured into gnupg-keyring, so do not allow non-administred registrations (or e.g. non-configured emails for newsletters etc) to site if this feature turned on.
Disabled
Path to gnupg keyring Full directory path to gnupg keyring (default /home/www/.gnupg/ ). The directory, related subdirectories (e.g., a subdirectory 'signer'), and files must have proper permissions for tiki to access/read the directories/files, and create/delete necessary temporary workfiles there. /home/www/.gnupg/
Path to gpg executable Full path to gpg executable. /usr/bin/gpg
Read signer pass phrase from prefs or from a file Read GnuPG signer pass phrase from preferences or from a file (default is 'file' ). With file option, configure other preference for the full path including the filename of the file containing the GnuPG signer private-key pass phrase.
preferences | file
Preferences
Signer pass phrase GnuPG signer private-key passphrase. Define pass phrase either here or in a signer pass phrase file.
leave empty if read from file
None
Path to signer pass phrase filename Full path including the filename of the file containing the GnuPG signer private-key pass phrase. The directory and file must have proper permissions for tiki to access/read the signer pass phrase file. /home/www/.gnupg/signer/sig...
Option Description Default
PGP/MIME encrypted email messaging Use OpenPGP PGP/MIME-compliant encrypted email messaging. All email messaging, notifications, and newsletters are sent as PGP/MIME-encrypted messages, signed with the signer key, and are completely opaque to outsiders. All user accounts need to be properly configured in a gnupg keyring with public keys associated with their tiki-account-related email addresses.
Enable only if gpg, keyring, and tikiaccounts are properly configured for PGP/MIME functionality. NOTE: Requires that all accounts have their public-keys configured into gnupg-keyring, so do not allow non-administred registrations (or e.g. non-configured emails for newsletters etc) to site if this feature turned on.
Disabled
Path to gnupg keyring Full directory path to gnupg keyring (default /home/www/.gnupg/ ). The directory, related subdirectories (e.g., a subdirectory 'signer'), and files must have proper permissions for tiki to access/read the directories/files, and create/delete necessary temporary workfiles there. /home/www/.gnupg/
Path to gpg executable Full path to gpg executable /usr/bin/gpg
Read signer pass phrase from prefs or from a file Read GnuPG signer pass phrase from preferences or from a file (default is 'file' ). With file option, configure other preference for the full path including the filename of the file containing the GnuPG signer private-key pass phrase.
preferences | file
Preferences
Signer pass phrase GnuPG signer private-key passphrase. Define pass phrase either here or in a signer pass phrase file.
leave empty if read from file
None
Path to signer pass phrase filename Full path including the filename of the file containing the GnuPG signer private-key pass phrase. The directory and file must have proper permissions for tiki to access/read the signer pass phrase file. /home/www/.gnupg/signer/sig...
Option Description Default
PGP/MIME encrypted email messaging Use OpenPGP PGP/MIME compliant encrypted email messaging. All email-messaging/notifications/newsletters are sent as PGP/MIME-encrypted messages, signed with the signer-key, and are completely 100% opaque to outsiders. All user accounts need to be properly configured into gnupg keyring with public-keys related to their tiki-account-related email-addresses.
Enable only if gpg, keyring, and tikiaccounts are properly configured for PGP/MIME functionality. NOTE: Requires that all accounts have their public-keys configured into gnupg-keyring, so do not allow non-administred registrations (or e.g. non-configured emails for newsletters etc) to site if this feature turned on.
Disabled
Path to gnupg keyring Full directory path to gnupg keyring (default /home/www/.gnupg/ ). The directory, related subdirectories (e.g. a subdirectory ‘signer’), and files must have proper permissions for tiki to access/read the directories/files, and create/delete necessary temporary workfiles there. /home/www/.gnupg/
Path to gpg executable Full path to gpg executable. /usr/bin/gpg
Read signer pass phrase from prefs or from a file Read GnuPG signer pass phrase from preferences or from a file (default is ‘file’ ). With file option, configure other preference for the full path including the filename of the file containing the GnuPG signer private-key pass phrase.
preferences | file
Preferences
Signer pass phrase GnuPG signer private-key passphrase. Define pass phrase either here or in a signer pass phrase file.
leave empty if read from file
None
Path to signer pass phrase filename Full path including the filename of the file containing the GnuPG signer private-key pass phrase. The directory and file must have proper permissions for tiki to access/read the signer pass phrase file. /home/www/.gnupg/signer/sig...
Option Description Default
PGP/MIME encrypted email messaging Use OpenPGP PGP/MIME compliant encrypted email messaging (default is 'n' ). All email-messaging/notifications/newsletters are sent as PGP/MIME-encrypted messages, signed with the signer-key, and are completely 100% opaque to outsiders. All user accounts need to be properly configured into gnupg keyring with public-keys related to their tiki-account-related email-addresses.
Enable only if gpg, keyring, and tikiaccounts are properly configured for PGP/MIME functionality. NOTE: Requires that all accounts have their public-keys configured into gnupg-keyring, so do not allow non-administred registrations (or e.g. non-configured emails for newsletters etc) to site if this feature turned on.
Disabled
Path to gnupg keyring Full directory path to gnupg keyring (default /home/www/.gnupg/ ). The directory, related subdirectories (e.g. a subdirectory 'signer'), and files must have proper permissions for tiki to access/read the directories/files, and create/delete necessary temporary workfiles there. /home/www/.gnupg/
Path to gpg executable Full path to gpg executable (default /usr/bin/gpg ). /usr/bin/gpg
Read signer passphase from prefs or from a file Read GnuPG signer passphase from preferences or from a file (default is 'file' ). With file option, configure other preference for the full path including the filename of the file containing the GnuPG signer private-key passphrase.
preferences | file
Preferences
Signer passphrase GnuPG signer private-key passphrase (default is empty string). Define passphrase either here or in a signer passphrase file (leave empty if read from file).
leave empty if read from file
None
Path to signer passphase filename Full path including the filename of the file containing the GnuPG signer private-key passphrase (default /home/www/.gnupg/signer/signerpass ). The directory and file must have proper permissions for tiki to access/read the signer passphrase file. /home/www/.gnupg/signer/sig...
Option Description Default
PGP/MIME encrypted email messaging Use OpenPGP PGP/MIME compliant encrypted email messaging (default is 'n' ). All email-messaging/notifications/newsletters are sent as PGP/MIME-encrypted messages, signed with the signer-key, and are completely 100% opaque to outsiders. All user accounts need to be properly configured into gnupg keyring with public-keys related to their tiki-account-related email-addresses.
Enable only if gpg, keyring, and tikiaccounts are properly configured for PGP/MIME functionality. NOTE: Requires that all accounts have their public-keys configured into gnupg-keyring, so do not allow non-administred registrations (or e.g. non-configured emails for newsletters etc) to site if this feature turned on.
Disabled
Path to gnupg keyring Full directory path to gnupg keyring (default /home/www/.gnupg/ ). The directory, related subdirectories (e.g. a subdirectory 'signer'), and files must have proper permissions for tiki to access/read the directories/files, and create/delete necessary temporary workfiles there. /home/www/.gnupg/
Path to gpg executable Full path to gpg executable (default /usr/bin/gpg ). /usr/bin/gpg
Read signer passphase from prefs or from a file Read GnuPG signer passphase from preferences or from a file (default is 'file' ). With file option, configure other preference for the full path including the filename of the file containing the GnuPG signer private-key passphrase.
preferences | file
Preferences
Signer passphrase GnuPG signer private-key passphrase (default is empty string). Define passphrase either here or in a signer passphrase file (leave empty if read from file).
leave empty if read from file
None
Path to signer passphase filename Full path including the filename of the file containing the GnuPG signer private-key passphrase (default /home/www/.gnupg/signer/signerpass ). The directory and file must have proper permissions for tiki to access/read the signer passphrase file. /home/www/.gnupg/signer/sig...
Option Description Default
PGP/MIME encrypted email messaging Use OpenPGP PGP/MIME compliant encrypted email messaging (default is 'n' ). All email-messaging/notifications/newsletters are sent as PGP/MIME-encrypted messages, signed with the signer-key, and are completely 100% opaque to outsiders. All user accounts need to be properly configured into gnupg keyring with public-keys related to their tiki-account-related email-addresses.
Enable only if gpg, keyring, and tikiaccounts are properly configured for PGP/MIME functionality. NOTE: Requires that all accounts have their public-keys configured into gnupg-keyring, so do not allow non-administred registrations (or e.g. non-configured emails for newsletters etc) to site if this feature turned on.
Disabled
Path to gnupg keyring Full directory path to gnupg keyring (default /home/www/.gnupg/ ). The directory, related subdirectories (e.g. a subdirectory 'signer'), and files must have proper permissions for tiki to access/read the directories/files, and create/delete necessary temporary workfiles there. /home/www/.gnupg/
Path to gpg executable Full path to gpg executable (default /usr/bin/gpg ). /usr/bin/gpg
Read signer passphase from prefs or from a file Read GnuPG signer passphase from preferences or from a file (default is 'file' ). With file option, configure other preference for the full path including the filename of the file containing the GnuPG signer private-key passphrase.
preferences | file
Preferences
Signer passphrase GnuPG signer private-key passphrase (default is empty string). Define passphrase either here or in a signer passphrase file (leave empty if read from file).
leave empty if read from file
None
Path to signer passphase filename Full path including the filename of the file containing the GnuPG signer private-key passphrase (default /home/www/.gnupg/signer/signerpass ). The directory and file must have proper permissions for tiki to access/read the signer passphrase file. /home/www/.gnupg/signer/sig...
Option Description Default
PGP/MIME encrypted email messaging Use OpenPGP PGP/MIME compliant encrypted email messaging (default is 'n' ). All email-messaging/notifications/newsletters are sent as PGP/MIME-encrypted messages, signed with the signer-key, and are completely 100% opaque to outsiders. All user accounts need to be properly configured into gnupg keyring with public-keys related to their tiki-account-related email-addresses.
Enable only if gpg, keyring, and tikiaccounts are properly configured for PGP/MIME functionality. NOTE: Requires that all accounts have their public-keys configured into gnupg-keyring, so do not allow non-administred registrations (or e.g. non-configured emails for newsletters etc) to site if this feature turned on.
Disabled
Path to gnupg keyring Full directory path to gnupg keyring (default /home/www/.gnupg/ ). The directory, related subdirectories (e.g. a subdirectory 'signer'), and files must have proper permissions for tiki to access/read the directories/files, and create/delete necessary temporary workfiles there. /home/www/.gnupg/
Path to gpg executable Full path to gpg executable (default /usr/bin/gpg ). /usr/bin/gpg
Read signer passphase from prefs or from a file Read GnuPG signer passphase from preferences or from a file (default is 'file' ). With file option, configure other preference for the full path including the filename of the file containing the GnuPG signer private-key passphrase.
preferences | file
Preferences
Signer passphrase GnuPG signer private-key passphrase (default is empty string). Define passphrase either here or in a signer passphrase file (leave empty if read from file).
leave empty if read from file
None
Path to signer passphase filename Full path including the filename of the file containing the GnuPG signer private-key passphrase (default /home/www/.gnupg/signer/signerpass ). The directory and file must have proper permissions for tiki to access/read the signer passphrase file. /home/www/.gnupg/signer/sig...
Option Description Default
PGP/MIME encrypted email messaging Use OpenPGP PGP/MIME compliant encrypted email messaging (default is 'n' ). All email-messaging/notifications/newsletters are sent as PGP/MIME-encrypted messages, signed with the signer-key, and are completely 100% opaque to outsiders. All user accounts need to be properly configured into gnupg keyring with public-keys related to their tiki-account-related email-addresses.
Enable only if gpg, keyring, and tikiaccounts are properly configured for PGP/MIME functionality. NOTE: Requires that all accounts have their public-keys configured into gnupg-keyring, so do not allow non-administred registrations (or e.g. non-configured emails for newsletters etc) to site if this feature turned on.
Disabled
Path to gnupg keyring Full directory path to gnupg keyring (default /home/www/.gnupg/ ). The directory, related subdirectories (e.g. a subdirectory 'signer'), and files must have proper permissions for tiki to access/read the directories/files, and create/delete necessary temporary workfiles there. /home/www/.gnupg/
Path to gpg executable Full path to gpg executable (default /usr/bin/gpg ). /usr/bin/gpg
Read signer passphase from prefs or from a file Read GnuPG signer passphase from preferences or from a file (default is 'file' ). With file option, configure other preference for the full path including the filename of the file containing the GnuPG signer private-key passphrase.
preferences | file
Preferences
Signer passphrase GnuPG signer private-key passphrase (default is empty string). Define passphrase either here or in a signer passphrase file (leave empty if read from file).
leave empty if read from file
None
Path to signer passphase filename Full path including the filename of the file containing the GnuPG signer private-key passphrase (default /home/www/.gnupg/signer/signerpass ). The directory and file must have proper permissions for tiki to access/read the signer passphrase file. /home/www/.gnupg/signer/sig...



Documentation for Tiki OpenPGP support - developing issues here: https://dev.tiki.org/OpenPGP


Page last modified on Thursday 07 September, 2017 04:25:23 GMT-0000

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