Changing pass phrase
Pedro Zorzenon Neto
Thu, 4 Jan 2001 11:11:54 -0200
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When I created my keys, I chose a pass phrase very complex, with some ch=
aracters like =E3 =F5 =EA =B2 =A3, ...
Now, I changed my keyboard and in the new keyboard these characters are =
hard to use... So I'd like to change my pass phrase and continue to use the=
same key with other pass phrase. How do I do it?
Why don't you try 'Mutt' and 'GnuPG'?
Get my public key at http://www.keyserver.net
1024D/7274AA07 9F1F 1EBB 29A4 918D 2C5F FB9C 39C9 7963 7274 AA07
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