implications of subkeys?
Wed Feb 27 10:58:01 2002
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Nick Andriash email@example.com wrote:
> > This allows you to stay keep your web of trust, and you simply create
> > a new subkey.
> You mention subkeys are signed,
yes, if they were not any1 could add subkeys to your key.
> then if one revokes a subkey, he/she
> will lose all the signatures on it, correct?
subkeys have only one signature - only yours.
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