gnupg_import

(PECL gnupg >= 0.3)

gnupg_importImports a key

Descrição

array gnupg_import ( resource $identifier , string $keydata )

Imports the key keydata and returns an array with information about the importprocess.

Parâmetros

identifier

O identificador gnupg, de uma chamada à gnupg_init() ou gnupg.

keydata

The data key that is being imported.

Valor Retornado

On success, this function returns and info-array about the importprocess. On failure, this function returns FALSE.

Exemplos

Exemplo #1 Procedural gnupg_import() example

<?php
$res 
gnupg_init();
$info gnupg_import($res,$keydata);
print_r($info);
?>

Exemplo #2 OO gnupg_import() example

<?php
$gpg 
= new gnupg();
$info $gpg -> import($keydata);
print_r($info);
?>

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dimitri at digirati dot com dot br
5 years ago
I recommend that the key may be generated in shell command line, then you export the keys using this group of commands.

gpg --export -a "User Name" > public.key
gpg --export-secret-key -a "User Name" > private.key

to use it, at the import and use it for encryption and decryption.

<?php

$GnuPG
= new gnupg();

$PublicData = file_get_contents('public.key');
$PrivateData = file_get_contents('public.key');

$PublicKey = $GnuPG->import($PublicData);
$PrivateKey = $GnuPG->import($PrivateData);

echo
'Public Key : ',$PublicKey['fingerprint'],' & Private Key : ',$PrivateKey['fingerprint'];

?>
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php at cdauth dot de
6 years ago
The return array consists of the following values:
(
  [imported] => (int),
  [unchanged] => (int),
  [newuserids] => (int),
  [newsubkeys] => (int),
  [secretimported] => (int),
  [secretunchanged] => (int),
  [newsignatures] => (int),
  [skippedkeys] => (int),
  [fingerprint] => (string)
)

When invalid content is passed, all values, even skippedkeys, is 0. The fingerprint value does not exist then.
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