|| ||Nate Nielsen <nielsen-list-AT-memberwebs.com>|
|| ||ANNOUNCEMENT: Seahorse 0.9.3|
|| ||Fri, 25 Aug 2006 04:01:54 +0000 (GMT)|
A Hot Potato.
Try out these features:
Import SSH public keys:
- One one machine right click your personal SSH key and
'Export' it to a file.
- Move the file to another computer.
- Drag the file into the Key Manager.
- Select the key and check 'The owner of this key is
authorized to access this computer'.
Save your SSH key passphrases in gnome-keyring.
- Make sure you have a SSH key agent setup properly
(most distros do)
- Check the 'Automatically load SSH keys' checkbox on
the 'Passphrase Cache' tab in 'Encryption Preferences'.
WARNING: This is a development release.
Seahorse is a GNOME application for managing encryption keys. It also
integrates with nautilus, gedit and other places for
Current work on seahorse is going into making encryption easier for end
users to use and (where needed) comprehend.
Changes between 0.9.2 and 0.9.3:
* Now manages the authorized_keys file and can add keys
to it from the SSH key properties.
* Added support for importing SSH keys.
* SSH keys cached in the agent now show up in the
'Cached Encryption Keys' window
* Fix problem with SSH agent messages not being
passed on fully by the proxy.
* More reliable SSH passphrase prompting.
* Better UI for SSH passphrases.
* Secure password entry box now looks just like a normal
GTK entry box.
* When editing the key server list, the selection in the
'Publish to' box no longer jumps around.
* Better compatibility with PGP key servers.
* Safer munging of gpg.conf
* Added simpler dialog for generating PGP keys
* Show the owner trust properly in the PGP key properties
dialog [Adam Schreiber].
* Removed old-style MIME support.
* Removed old nautilus (< 2.8) extension.
* HIG fix [chpe]
* Other fixes.
* GNOME PL Team (pl)
[MD5 sum: 8c7fa4cf426f631bdaf892158c873594]
* The website and other online resources haven't been updated to
reflect the new release. This will occur shortly.
* Bug reports are appreciated should be filed in the GNOME Bugzilla.
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