rabbi at quickie.net
Fri Feb 4 20:31:06 CET 2000
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On Wed, 2 Feb 2000, Werner Koch wrote:
> On Wed, 2 Feb 2000, L. Sassaman wrote:
> > Would it be possible tonarrow this option down to be
> > "allow-non-selfsigned-uid-if-main-uid"? I find most rsa keys I deal with
> So waht is the main uid? The newest one or the one with the most
> signatures on it?
Ok. So let me modify my proposal here. What about an option for
"allow-non-selfsigned-uid-if-only-uid". There is obviously no risk of this
uid having been attached to the key without the key generator's
> The best solution to this problem is by asking the owner to sign his
> own key.
Yes, that is true. But you must certainly be aware that people don't
> The allow-non* option has been intruduced because quite a couple of
> folks here in Germany use a hacked version of PGP 2 which splits
> signature and encryption key into 2 real keys with some magic strings
> in the user ID.
Interesting. What version is that?
> Werner Koch at guug.de www.gnupg.org keyid 621CC013
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