andy at strugglers.net
Thu Feb 17 02:13:58 CET 2005
On Wed, Feb 16, 2005 at 07:34:28PM -0500, Jason Harris wrote:
> Your key on the SKS servers has a lot of subkey signatures
> misplaced on userids:
How should I go about cleaning that up?
> but it looks like most of its subkeys are in order:
> except for that nagging "gpg: key BF15490B: skipped subkey,"
> which would seem to refer to:
> (NB: output from keyserver.kjsl.com:11371)
> sub 4096g/788FA859 2002-07-25 [subkey, revoked?]
> Key fingerprint = 43A9 5BF3 7FF4 76EE 4694 DBCB E47E 70A6 788F A859
> sig 0x18 BF15490B 2002-07-25 [keybind, hash: type 2, 7f 15]
> rev 0x28 BF15490B 2002-07-25 [keybind, hash: type 2, 21 78]
> rev 0x28 BF15490B 2002-03-30 [keybind, hash: type 2, a9 dd]
> which only has bad signatures from other subkeys and isn't even
> importable from http://strugglers.net/pubkey.asc :
Thanks for that - what would you suggest I do to clean it up a bit
though? 0x788FA859 isn't even in my current key and I have no way
to remove information from key servers, right?
$ gpg --edit-key andy at strugglers.net
Secret key is available.
pub 1024D/BF15490B created: 1998-08-12 expires: never usage: CS
trust: ultimate validity: ultimate
sub 2048g/604DE5DB created: 2004-05-28 expires: never usage: E
sub 2048g/9EE99022 created: 1998-08-12 revoked: 2002-03-30 usage: E
sub 4096g/AD7623D2 created: 2002-03-30 revoked: 2002-03-30 usage: E
sub 4096G/237C258F created: 2002-03-30 revoked: 2004-05-28 usage:
sub 4096g/2F6F4447 created: 2002-07-25 revoked: 2004-05-28 usage: E
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