Suddenly can't verify my key's signatures?

┼smund SkjŠveland aasmunds@student.matnat.uio.no
Thu Sep 6 22:21:01 2001


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I'm sorry to send this again, but I really need to know what's wrong.
I've just been to a keysigning party and gotten a bunch of keys to sign, but
I can't do that before I know what this error means. Please.

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One friend made a new key and revoked the old one. He signed my key with his
new, and sent to a keyserver. I then updated my key from the keyserver, to
look for new signatures from him and possibly another friend. Now I get thi=
s:
One of the signatures is from the revoked key, the others are new.

aasmunds$bz <~> gpg --edit-key aasmunds
gpg (GnuPG) 1.0.6; Copyright (C) 2001 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.
This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it
under certain conditions. See the file COPYING for details.

gpg: Warning: using insecure memory!
Secret key is available.

pub  1024D/54B975CE  created: 2000-02-29 expires: never      trust: f/u
sub  1024g/5132B6E4  created: 2000-02-29 expires: never    =20
(1)  =C5smund Skj=E6veland <aasmunds@copyleft.no>
(2). =C5smund Skj=E6veland <aasmunds@student.matnat.uio.no>
(3)  =C5smund Skj=E6veland <aasmunds@e.fix.no>
(4)  =C5smund Skj=E6veland <aasmunds@bzzzt.fix.no>
(5)  =C5smund Skj=E6veland <a@b.cl>
(6)  =C5smund Skj=E6veland <as@cl.no>

Command> check
uid  =C5smund Skj=E6veland <aasmunds@copyleft.no>
sig!       54B975CE 2000-09-21   [self-signature]
sig!       5055654C 2001-08-19   Johannes Groedem <johs@ifi.uio.no>
uid  =C5smund Skj=E6veland <aasmunds@student.matnat.uio.no>
sig!       54B975CE 2001-03-14   [self-signature]
sig!       5055654C 2001-08-19   Johannes Groedem <johs@ifi.uio.no>
uid  =C5smund Skj=E6veland <aasmunds@e.fix.no>
sig!       5055654C 2001-08-19   Johannes Groedem <johs@ifi.uio.no>
sig!       54B975CE 2000-07-31   [self-signature]
uid  =C5smund Skj=E6veland <aasmunds@bzzzt.fix.no>
sig!       5055654C 2001-08-19   Johannes Groedem <johs@ifi.uio.no>
sig!       54B975CE 2000-02-29   [self-signature]
sig!       7C56C5EF 2000-03-21   Johannes Gr=F8dem <jg@cl.no>
uid  =C5smund Skj=E6veland <a@b.cl>
sig!       5055654C 2001-08-19   Johannes Groedem <johs@ifi.uio.no>
sig!       54B975CE 2000-09-21   [self-signature]
uid  =C5smund Skj=E6veland <as@cl.no>
sig!       5055654C 2001-08-19   Johannes Groedem <johs@ifi.uio.no>
sig!       54B975CE 2000-11-11   [self-signature]
5 signatures not checked due to missing keys


5055654C ("Johannes Groedem") is my friend's new key.
7C56C5EF ("Johannes Gr=F8dem") is the old, revoked key.

The "5 signatures not checked due to missing keys" is new after this
keychange.
I can send encrypted mails to him and he can read them, and I get good
signatures from him. I can encrypt to myself and decrypt.

What is wrong?

Which key is missing?

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=C5smund Skj=E6veland (aasmunds@student.matnat.uio.no)

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