»What is the .asc file?« This explanation is intended to be copied as-is into emails when someone asks about your signature.
The .asc file is a signature which can be used to verify that the email was really sent by me and wasn’t tampered with. It can be verified with standard email security tools like Enigmail, Gpg4win or MacGPG - and others tools supporting OpenPGP.
: For further information on signatures see
: Enigmail enables secure communication in Thunderbird:
: GPG4win provides secure encryption for Windows:
: MacGPG provides encryption for MacOSX:
: Encryption for other systems is available from the GnuPG website:
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