Would it be possible to add similar support for GPG keys?
Very interested in this as well.
I'm interested in this as well since we have to GPG keys for commit verification in our Github projects.
I’d like to see this feature as well.
Hey folks! Love to see the enthusiasm here and we are definitely evaluating this to add going forward 😄 Stay tuned!
Great to hear! Thank you 😀
(Like @smanojkarthick my main use case is signing commits on GitHub so that they become verified)
My use case isn't so much interacting with other certificates the way I do with SSH but storing them in a robust way, so even accepting other types that did nothing other than storage would be great. For example, ProtonMail and other certificates corresponding to email addresses. Currently, they're all lumped into one .asc as a document in 1Password along with a note of how the backup was created: gpg --output pgp_keys.asc --armor --export-secret-keys --export-options export-backup so anything would be an improvement over that.
gpg --output pgp_keys.asc --armor --export-secret-keys --export-options export-backup
Yes, just storing (and optionally showing some additional relevant fields within the 1Password GUI) would already be nice.
I would like to see this support as well. Not just for secret GPG keys, but actually it would be somewhat awesome if 1Password could completely replace the need for GPG Suite on my Mac (I mostly use GPG for Git commit signing, so don't have GPGMail installed) by supporting the storage of public keys as well.
Targeting at commit signing with git:
Since git v2.34 it is possible to sign commits with ssh keys. Currently there is no verified badge on platforms like GitHub, but since git v2.34 was only released at the end of 2021, I think it should be supported on these platforms in the near future.
I would love to see this as a feature. Right now I primarily use GPG for git commit signing, and my key lives on an Yubikey, but I would love to have it live in 1Password, and not have to have GPG Suite installed on my Mac.
I would love to see this as well!
+1 for GPG. As verified commit in Github requires I am using this several times daily.
+1. This would be a great addition!
I would really appreciate the ability to store and use GPG keys as well. I recently switched to signing git commits with SSH keys instead (though GitHub only just started implementing the ability to use SSH for verified commits in vigilant mode) and 1Password works great there! GPG in 1Password would be icing on the cake!
Hey @nrfirth - would you be willing to join our Developer Slack Workspace to chat with me about this more? You can join our Workspace here and then send me a DM (Tyler Durkin). I'd love to ask some additional questions if you have the time!
Really looking forward to that feature!
I'm also using GPG keys to sign git commits to have verified commits, and I have configured the GPG to use Yubikey security key to access the private key. When I experienced the SSH workflow with 1Password, I think it will be awesome to have the same experience with GPG keys as well.
waiting for this too 👀