Thu, 25 Nov 1999 10:50:04 +0100
> I was wondering... I'm currently using GNUPG 1.0. When I encrypt something, someone that has my public key but let's say is running PGP whatever version, they *can* decrypt my messages right? Also another question... What's the use of signing a file/message ? Also I don't really understand the trust thign.. I typed gpg --edit-key Acid-Duck (that's myself) I can set the trust on that key ok.. I know what trust is. But once I set the trust level on that key, what diffrence will it make exactly? Sorry for all the questions, I'm sometimes slow to understand stuff like that :P Also I'm very sorry if I'm sending this e-mail at the wrong place but this seemed to be the right place. Thank u for your attention to my inquery in advance.
Please read the HOWTO document which is online available
under the documentation section of www.gnupg.org.
Werner Koch at guug.de www.gnupg.org keyid 621CC013