Verify that the SSH private key matches the private key you see in the Key Name column for your EC2 instance in the console. If you login to your system as root and run gpg --list-keys, does it list my key? — "No private key found"¶ Q: strongSwan logs "No private key found". Solved! It appears that indeed GnuPG can't find it's bearings when executed from within Java. But when I try to export the private key, ~ keybase pgp export -s ERROR No matching keys found. Verify your download with CHECKSUM files. Primary key fingerprint: 4B02 6187 5C03 D6B1 2E31 7666 09DF 2DC9 BE21 6115 So, you will know that the signature is valid, but you are not trusting the public key. What's wrong? If you're using ipsec.conf, you need to put a reference to the private key in the ipsec.secrets file. gpg: no valid OpenPGP data found. So I tried exporting my PGP public & secret (private) key to gpg to see if that would help. The following entry is generated in the logs: Mail 5ece7e63-00001c32 won't be signed by DKIM because DNS record is invalid for domain domain.com. gpg: public key not found: verbose: Linux - Newbie: 4: 12-31-2009 04:00 PM: Revoking GPG key with only passphrase and public key: djib: Linux - Security: 2: 03-13-2007 04:20 AM: apt-get GPG signature check unknow/illegal/corrupt: mofo: Linux - Software: 2: 05-20-2005 02:59 PM: GPG Data, Secret Key but no Public Key? ERROR No PGP keys available to choose from. gpg: Total number processed: 0. A: You are trying to use a certificate to authenticate yourself for which you did not provide the private key to strongSwan. While trying to configure DKIM public key, the Kerio Connect produces the following error: DKIM public key for domain.com was not found in DNS record. Matt Casters added a comment - 25/Jan/12 3:07 PM OK folks, I followed this rabbit down the GPG hole for a while. Go to Solution. Exporting the public key works fine. Once you have downloaded an image, verify it for security and integrity. Since there is no way to find out who owns or has originally provisioned a given public key found on a server, and since these keys never expire, the true state of access control in large unmanaged environments can be very unclear or outright chaotic. What have I done wrong to get in this conundrum? You can trust or sign the public key using: gpg --edit-key BE216115 In the command prompt type help to see all the available options. Environment. If your instance is … To verify your image, start by downloading the proper CHECKSUM file into the same directory as the image you downloaded. Jul 7 16:16:37 RAID_server charon: 08[IKE] no trusted RSA public key found for 'sun-***@public.gmane.org' Jul 7 16:16:37 RAID_server charon: 08[ENC] generating IKE_AUTH response Any help is appreciated. 0 Likes 3 ACCEPTED SOLUTIONS Accepted Solutions Solution! 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