On 04/13/2018 11:21 AM, myblackcatisb...@gmail.com wrote:

Hello community,

first i want say, that iam a new member of this google-group and i want greet 
all. :)

Iam a newbie of Qubes(Linux) and i use Windows 10 at time.

Today I downloaded the current ISO image from the main page. Since I'm not so 
good with Linux in general, I turn to you.

I downloaded the Qubes master signing key and try to verify it.

Since I use Windows 10, I have also downloaded the program GPGEX. I open the program 
Cleopatra and click on the field "import". The tool gives me the hint that the 
certificate must first be authenticated and I have to create my own PGP certificate to 
verify others. After the mentioned configuration I get a key. Is this the Qubes key?
How can I tell that this is the right key?

For example, when I click the Decrypt / Verify tab in Kleopatra, I get the 
error message that the key contains certificates and can not be decrypted.

When I enter the commands from the Qubes page into the Windows command prompt, 
I get the error message no such file...

What am I doing wrong?

I hope my question is not ridiculous and someone can help me.

Previously, I never dealt with PGP and the like.
I would be very happy about many answers.

Thanks in advance

You need the Qubes 4 Signing key in addition to the master key and the signature.

If you don't mind using the shell, I posted a shortened verification howto here:


Chris Laprise, tas...@posteo.net
PGP: BEE2 20C5 356E 764A 73EB  4AB3 1DC4 D106 F07F 1886

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