[Announce] new gnupg snapshot

RJ Marquette rj@rmarq.pair.com
Sat Apr 7 18:01:03 2001

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On Sat, 7 Apr 2001, Stefan Bellon wrote:

> Well, it can't happen without the user noticing it anymore. Till now
> you could import a bunch of public keys and this didn't prevent
> importing of a secret key hidden amongst them. Now you see that
> there's somebody trying to feed you with a secret key. You can of
> course import it (in a second go with the --allow-secret-key-import
> switch), but it doesn't work without you noticing it.
Okay, that makes sense, and it's relatively easy to see why you want to do it that way instead of the old way. (Your explanation would make a good response for the FAQ, by the way.) I'm curious: does PGP have similar features? Thanks for the clarification, all. RJ <G> :) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= RJ Marquette rj(at)rmarq.pair.com RSA:448B035F DSS:CB45C555 My PGP and Skating pages: http://rmarq.pair.com -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.0.4 (GNU/Linux) Comment: pgpenvelope - http://www.uiuc.edu/ph/www/ftobin/resources.html iD8DBQE6zzcx0DB5TMtFxVURAo41AJ9HOqD6bGFkLYGTeIS2X/u35RU/2gCgmJ0j sHvbYppBprQxmDmJtKC37V0= =zrJp -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----