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OpenPGP support? #16

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nimbius opened this issue Oct 18, 2018 · 13 comments
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OpenPGP support? #16

nimbius opened this issue Oct 18, 2018 · 13 comments
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@nimbius nimbius commented Oct 18, 2018

any chance getting openpgp support added?

@nickray nickray added the enhancement label Oct 19, 2018
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@nickray nickray commented Oct 19, 2018

Hi @nimbius, yes extendability is a major goal of this project, thank you for asking.
We will communicate a public roadmap after the Kickstarter is over, but adding support for GPG, SSH, static passwords and more will definitely be part of it :)

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@binaryplease binaryplease commented Dec 21, 2018

Hi @nimbius, yes extendability is a major goal of this project, thank you for asking.
We will communicate a public roadmap after the Kickstarter is over, but adding support for GPG, SSH, static passwords and more will definitely be part of it :)

Is this "public roadmap" out yet? Any progress on GPG/SSH? I would be very interested in seeing a GPG and SSH implementation. Actually this would be the main thing I would like to use this key for. Having my private keys not leaving the device would be great.

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@pjz pjz commented Feb 19, 2019

Related: http://www.fsij.org/category/gnuk.html - runs on a STM32F103, but doesn't do FIDO or etc, only OpenPGP card protocol version 2 which has a spec here - (which was way too difficult to find, so I'm linking it).

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@michaelblyons michaelblyons commented May 23, 2019

For anyone lurking here who hadn't noticed yet, you may be interested in solokeys/openpgp.

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@lopezator lopezator commented Jun 26, 2019

@michaelblyons sorry for the silly question, but this need the hacker edition I guess?

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@manuel-domke manuel-domke commented Jun 26, 2019

@lopezator: Yes, a Solo Hacker is required to test and develop that firmware version.

At least as long as there is no officially signed firmware for it, which will probably only happen when it's stable.

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@sakoula sakoula commented Aug 13, 2019

hi, is there any progress on this? So currently there is no way to store gpg or ssh keys on solo, right?

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@Frederick888 Frederick888 commented Aug 13, 2019

@sakoula You can, but only on Hacker versions if I understand correctly.

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@sakoula sakoula commented Aug 13, 2019

@Frederick888 Thanks! I just have the regular version.

I recall that when I signed up for the kickstarter one of the 'selling' points was support for gpg/ssh keys. Any idea if there are any plans of a soon-to-released firmware supporting these features?

Thanks!

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@janisz janisz commented Aug 13, 2019

I think they need more money and try to collect it on https://www.crowdsupply.com/solokeys/somu#stretch-goals

$100k - SSH/GPG - we’ll invest part of the funding to speed up the implementation of SSH/GPG support, starting with ECDSA keys.

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@conorpp conorpp commented Aug 13, 2019

We are still working on it here:
https://github.com/solokeys/openpgp

Still have some testing and porting to do. If you want it faster, consider backing our Somu campaign, which will continue to fund this effort! And you get another cool key :)

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@Frederick888 Frederick888 commented Aug 13, 2019

https://www.crowdsupply.com/solokeys/somu#stretch-goals

Hmm... I've already got a USB-C Solo Tap and at least for now I haven't got a need for a mini security key (tbh I don't think leaving your security key plugged into your computer is a good practice). I would probably consider backing the campaign if there's a Tap Hacker option but that would lead to effectively less fund for Somu I guess (a little off-topic...).

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@lopezator lopezator commented Aug 13, 2019

@Frederick888 you can configure & store in a safe a Somu as a backup in case you lose your main key, that indeed would be a good practice.

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