Fri Aug 1 18:13:02 2003
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Funny. I just added the 10 year expiration as a test. at first it
still showed as expiring. but now its showing as 10 years just as
yours(i have 8.02 as well).
perhaps PGP does not understand the 'never' option.
David Shaw wrote:
| On Fri, Aug 01, 2003 at 10:59:15AM -0400, David Shaw wrote:
|>On Fri, Aug 01, 2003 at 10:43:36AM -0400, CL Gilbert wrote:
|>>I just removed all of my subkeys from this key. Its still showing the
|>>same expiration date in PGP. Where could it be getting the date from?
|>>Can the top key expire?
|>>PGP shows it as DH/DSS, size 1024, created 9/14/02, expiring 9/14/03
|>>Where else could the date be stored here? this is a key pair right? but
|>>without a sub key!?
|>>Just trying to dig deeper.
|>Send me a copy of this shortened key exported from PGP. I want to
|>make sure that what I am seeing is exactly what you have, so I cannot
|>get it from the keyserver.
| Okay, I looked at it, and your problem seems to be a 1-year key
| expiration date set on the photo ID.
| That said, I don't know why PGP is using that particular expiration
| date since there are later self-sigs that give a 10-year expiration
| date. My copy of PGP (8.02) shows it correctly as 10 years.
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