PGP4Pine and GPG v0.4.1
wk at isil.d.shuttle.de
Mon Oct 12 10:41:45 CEST 1998
Chris Wiegand <cwiegand at urgentmail.com> writes:
> >sec::1024:17:0123456789ABCDEF:1998-10-09:0:::Charles Duffy <cduffy at bigfoot.com>:ssb::1024:16:040125C603C4A817:1998-10-09:0:::
> Okay, was the format for this changed? I used to use what is "0123456789ABCDEF"
> for the keyID, however, has that changed, or did this user be the lucky
> recipient of a valid keyID that looks like that? Also, can anyone tell me what
You are joking, right? It is more than unlikely that you will ever
see such a keyid - it is easy to make such a keyid for RSA keys but
not for DSA (or any other algorithms used with packet version 4).
gpg --list-secret-keys --with-colons --fingerprint
and you should see an additional line starting with "fpr" with the
fingerprint: The last 8 bytes should be the same as the key ID.
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