[Announce] new gnupg snapshot

Wesley J Landaker wjl@mindless.com
Mon Apr 9 01:57:01 2001

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On Sunday 08 April 2001  8:04am, Karol Pietrzak wrote:

> no. pgp imports it automatically and informs you (with a pop-up
> dialog) that secret keys have been imported.
That's not entirely true--PGP (at least, the latest Windows version) does import secret keys (and notify you with a pop-up), but it DOESN'T automatically trust it. I know this because I had to go in and manually force it to trust my own key after I imported it, or else it wouldn't trust any of the keys that secret key had signed. -- I think this is an acceptable behavior. - -- Wesley J. Landaker - wjl at mindless dot com http://www dot landaker dot net PGP DSS/DH Key: 0x0F338E07 PGPKey FP: 3AAA 424B B488 198E B68B C0E5 390A BACA 0F33 8E07 -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.0.4 (GNU/Linux) Comment: All your base are belong to us. iEYEARECAAYFAjrQ+1IACgkQOQq6yg8zjgd/8QCdEg0WCz9TvSecnIdjpS+lWYY9 EL4AnAok36qiTgAUvtn5q/kSZbAgDVmu =R0sH -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----