By Kruger Engelbrecht on March 22, 2020
Intermediate

Electronic Signatures

Engelbrecht Kruger Attorneys may from time to time provide you with signed electronic documents. To verify our signature we provide the following brief description on the process to follow.

This brief note covers the process of verifying our GPG signature, which is done to verify the authenticity of an email, document, or downloaded file to ensure it came from us.


Unix / Linux

You may import our public key from https://pgp.mit.edu. with the following command on Unix / Linux systems:

gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv 20A15775E43241A0


Windows

And if you use Windows and you do not have GPG installed, you may obtain the program from https://www.gpg4win.org/. Further information available at this link. The development / creation of Gpg4win was supported by the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI). You may import our public key from https://pgp.mit.edu.


Android Devices

On Android devices you may use an app such as OpenKeychain from the Google Play Store to import electronic keys for verification purposes. You may import our public key from https://pgp.mit.edu.


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