Newbie question: GnuPG and PGP
Sun, 7 Jan 2001 07:04:34 -0800 (PST)
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On Sun, 7 Jan 2001, Werner Koch wrote:
> I agree that this is and advanced feature, but users of a
> commandline version are normally clever enough to figure this out.
> In a GUI one probably should not show the keyID of the subkey at all
> (when in rookie mode).
While we are on the subject of subkeys, could I make a suggestion that
GnuPG not use expired subkeys unless forced? (I have had instances where I
would expect GnuPG to pick a subkey that is within the current date range,
but instead it picks the first one even though it is expired. This isn't
Security Architect | "The world's gone crazy,
Technology Consultant | and it makes no sense..."
http://sion.quickie.net | --Sting
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