Re: Using only one public key; no way to sign it
Anthony E. Greene
Thu Dec 6 09:19:02 2001
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On Thu, 6 Dec 2001, DeBug wrote:
>>> Well, either you trust the key or you don't.
>FT> No, a key is valid or it is not. There are varying levels of trust that
>FT> can be applied to a key once it is valid.
>If my key is stolen let's say by FBI is the key still valid, can it be
>If i give my key to the best friend of mine is the key still valid,
>can YOU trust it ?
Frank had it right. Your key is still valid, but it cannot be trusted.
Those are two different issues.
Anthony E. Greene <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.pobox.com/~agreene/>
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