Revoke old keys
Thu Jul 24 07:45:02 2003
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Ben Finney wrote:
| On 24-Jul-2003, Wolfgang Bornath wrote:
|>Now - over the times - I wonder if I can revoke those keys [without a
| No. Without the correct passphrase, you cannot generate a revocation
| certificate for the key.
| You can delete any keys, public or private, from your keyring with 'gpg
| --edit key DEADBEEF' where DEADBEEF is the key ID.
Yes I know it's 'gpg --delete-secret-key DEADBEEF' and 'gpg --delete-key
DEADBEEF'. I already did that. My question was about the keys on the
keyservers, like you can do with a revocation certificate.
Thanks for helping.
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