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Linked Data Signatures for GPG

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Security Considerations

Supported GPG Keys

ed25519, secp256k1, rsa, p256, p384, p521

You should be aware that some of the crypto supported by GPG may not be considered safe:

If you will only ever need to support Ed25519 or only Secp256k1, you should consider using a restricted Linked Data Signature Suite like:

Getting Started

npm i
npm run test
npm run coverage
npm run docs

CLI Usage

Normal

npm i @transmute/lds-gpg2020 -g
gpg2020 sign -u "3BCAC9A882DEFE703FD52079E9CB06E71794A713" $(pwd)/docs/example/doc.json did:btcr:xxcl-lzpq-q83a-0d5#yubikey

Helpful Testing Commands

npm run gpg2020 -- import-gpg-keys-from-json $(pwd)/docs/example/key.json

VERIFICATION_METHOD=$(cat $(pwd)/docs/example/key.json | jq '.id')
npm run gpg2020 -- sign -u "114FAE6216DE45B78A611D22227982B2ECAFBD45" $(pwd)/docs/example/doc.json $VERIFICATION_METHOD -o $(pwd)/docs/example/doc.signed.json
npm run gpg2020 -- verify $(pwd)/docs/example/doc.signed.json

npm run gpg2020 -- sign -u "FDDB584BDF141F95" $(pwd)/docs/example/doc.json did:example:123#yolo -o $(pwd)/docs/example/doc.signed.json

gpg --armor --output public-key.gpg --export james@example.com
npm run gpg2020 -- make-json-key ./public-key.gpg did:btcr:xxcl-lzpq-q83a-0d5


npm run gpg2020 -- resolve did:web:did.or13.io

npm run gpg2020 -- sign -u "20A968A458342F6B1A822C5BFDDB584BDF141F95" $(pwd)/docs/example/doc.json  did:web:did.or13.io#20a968a458342f6b1a822c5bfddb584bdf141f95 -o $(pwd)/docs/example/doc.signed.yubikey.json

npm run gpg2020 -- verify $(pwd)/docs/example/doc.signed.yubikey.json

Suite Details

Per ld-signatures, this Signature Suite defines the following:

{
  "id": "https://gpg.jsld.org/contexts/#GpgSignature2020",
  "type": "SignatureSuite",
  "canonicalizationAlgorithm": "https://w3id.org/security#URDNA2015",
  "digestAlgorithm": "https://www.ietf.org/assignments/jwa-parameters#SHA256",
  "signatureAlgorithm": "https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4880#section-11.4"
}

See the Linked Data Signature Suite Vocabulary.

Example Data

Yubikey

Connect Yubikey

See Generating a key on yubikey

gpg-connect-agent --hex "scd apdu 00 f1 00 00" /bye
gpg --card-edit
generate

Follow instructions:

Make sure to choose to export your keys, you will not be able to access them again if you do not.

At the end you should see:

gpg: Note: backup of card key saved to '/Users/USER/.gnupg/sk_3AF00854CF8D9237.gpg'
gpg: revocation certificate stored as '/Users/USER/.gnupg/openpgp-revocs.d/F1BD12F71206FAA1F236997D60042D876C326166.rev'
public and secret key created and signed.

Show the keys on the card:

list

General GPG Commands

Export a public key:

gpg --armor --export james@example.com

Encrypt and decrypt:

echo "test message string" | gpg --encrypt --armor -u 3AF00854CF8D9237 --recipient 3AF00854CF8D9237 -o encrypted.txt

gpg --decrypt --armor encrypted.txt

Sign and Verify:

echo "test message string" | gpg --sign --armor -u 3AF00854CF8D9237  -o signed.txt
cat signed.txt | gpg --verify --armor

Credits and Support

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