Using "ultimate" Owner Trust
Lionel Elie Mamane
Thu Aug 15 08:12:02 2002
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On Wed, Aug 14, 2002 at 07:54:54PM -0700, David Scribner wrote:
> When (and why) would someone assign an owner trust level of
> "ultimate" to someone else's key?
It is your key, but you don't have the corresponding secret key on
*this* computer, because it is a "high-security" key you keep only on
a secure network? That would be a good reason to have ultimate trust
in a key you don't have the secret key of in your keyring.
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