126.96.36.199 Signature Checking Using Gpg4win for Windows
The Section 188.8.131.52, “Signature Checking Using GnuPG” section describes how to verify MySQL downloads using GPG. That guide also applies to Microsoft Windows, but another option is to use a GUI tool like Gpg4win . You may use a different tool but our examples are based on Gpg4win, and utilize its bundled
Download and install Gpg4win, and then load Kleopatra. The dialog should look similar to:
Next, add the MySQL Release Engineering certificate. Do this by clicking, . Type "Mysql Release Engineering" into the search box and press .
Select the "MySQL Release Engineering" certificate. The Fingerprint and Key-ID must be "5072E1F5", or choose Imported Certificates tab.to confirm the certificate is valid. Now, import it by clicking . An import dialog will be displayed, choose , and this certificate will now be listed under the
Next, configure the trust level for our certificate. Select our certificate, then from the main menu select I believe checks are very accurate for our certificate, as otherwise you might not be able to verify our signature. Select I believe checks are very accurate to enable "full trust" and then press ., . We suggest choosing
Next, verify the downloaded MySQL package file. This requires files for both the packaged file, and the signature. The signature file must have the same name as the packaged file but with an appended
.asc extension, as shown by the example in the following table. The signature is linked to on the downloads page for each MySQL product. You must create the
.asc file with this signature.
Table 2.2 MySQL Package and Signature Files for MySQL Installer for Microsoft Windows
|File Type||File Name|
Make sure that both files are stored in the same directory and then run the following command to verify the signature for the distribution file. Either drag and drop the signature (
.asc) file into Kleopatra, or load the dialog from , , and then choose either the
Clickto check the file. The two most common results will look like the following, and although the yellow warning looks problematic, the following means that the file check passed with success. You may now run this installer.
Seeing a red "The signature is bad" error means the file is invalid. Do not execute the MSI file if you see this error.
The Section 184.108.40.206, “Signature Checking Using GnuPG” section explains why you probably don't see a green
Good signature result.