GPG Keys provide a way to verify the integrity of packages found within a Repository and/or Product. Once one or more GPG Keys have been created, they can be associated with a Product or Repository during creation or by editing an existing Product or Repository.
For more information on GPG Keys see The GNU Privacy Guard.
The following is a high-level summary of GPG Key features:
To create a new GPG Key:
Note that you may either upload your GPG Key or simply paste in the contents.
To view all Products that have been assigned a GPG Key:
To view all Repositories that have been assigned a GPG Key:
To add a GPG to a Product:
Note that adding a GPG Key to a Product adds the GPG Key to all current and future repositories unless a repository already has a GPG Key assigned. This can also be overriden by assignming a GPG Key to an individual repository afterward as well.
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