Trusted... NOT!

Frank Tobin
Thu, 26 Aug 1999 18:40:52 -0500 (CDT)

Juan Carlos Castro y Castro, at 19:14 on Thu, 26 Aug 1999, wrote:

> Hi. I tried to use the --edit-key <person name> option in order to stop
> gpg from giving me warnings about "non-trusted key". It showed the key
> info, I gave the trust comand and then said I trust fully, exited and
> when I tried to encrypt the same thing happened:
You need to verify the key also, either by having the secret key for it, or by signing the public key. -- Frank Tobin "To learn what is good and what is to be valued, those truths which cannot be shaken or changed." Myst: The Book of Atrus PGPenvelope = GPG and PGP5 + Pine PGP: 4F86 3BBB A816 6F0A 340F 6003 56FF D10A 260C 4FA3