What is wrong with 0xC4739D2D?

folkert folkert at vanheusden.com
Fri Feb 8 23:28:39 CET 2013


There's this key, 0xC4739D2D, and it is not usable for encryption:
$ gpg --encrypt -r C4739D2D foobar.txt
gpg: c4739d2d: skipped: unusable public key
gpg: foobar.txt encryption failed: unusable public key

It can be used for signing I found.

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