Subba Rao <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tue Aug 21 11:43:01 2001
On 0, Florian Weimer <email@example.com> wrote:
> Subba Rao <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > My key was set to expire at the end of September. Will the public on the
> > key servers become completely obsolete to sign or encrypt anything?
> No, it doesn't. Some implementors choose to ignore expiration during
> some operations, which makes expiration rather meaningless.
What about the revoked key? I have revoked my old key and send it to the
keyservers. Can a revoked key be used to sign a document or email? If you can,
then isn't that something that could be used to mislead a user about the
authenticity of the document or email?
GPG public key ID CCB7344E
Key fingerprint = A8DD 4CBA 1E9B D962 A55B 2B55 BAFE 92C5 CCB7 344E