RFE, handling invalid/revoked uids
Fri, 28 Jul 2000 05:03:48 +0200
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Some weeks ago I asked about this, and after talking to some other people,
they suggested to raise the issue again.
Gnupg should handle revocated sigs. One of the uids in my key belongs to a
host that has died.=20
L. Sassaman answered to my previous question:
> OpenPGP has a solution to this: You revoke the self-signature on the
> key. Then, and OpenPGP compliant program would report that UID as being no
> longer valid.
> Werner, I don't think GnuPG does this at present... can that be changed?
So, anyone thinks gnupg can be taught to ignore non self-signed uids or
those where the sig has been revoked? I hope someone can come with a
solution to this problem.
Thank you for the effort,
Jordi Mallach P=E9rez || firstname.lastname@example.org || Rediscovering Freedom,
aka Oskuro in || email@example.com || Using Debian GNU/Linux
Reinos de Leyenda || firstname.lastname@example.org || http://debian.org
http://sindominio.net GnuPG public information: pub 1024D/917A225E=
telnet pusa.uv.es 23 73ED 4244 FD43 5886 20AC 2644 2584 94BA 917A 225E
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