key expiration

Jason Harris
Thu Jul 24 23:35:02 2003

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On Thu, Jul 24, 2003 at 09:47:48PM +0200, Adrian 'Dagurashibanipal' von Bid=
der wrote:

> I guess your key now has two self signatures on the keyservers, and gpg a=
> pgp differ in how they handle that situation. Obviously, the newer=20
> self-signature should take precedence, but maybe pgp just takes the first=
> it sees?

Two of the userids have two selfsigs according to

pub  1024D/80D20A2D 2002-09-14 Carl L. Gilbert <Lamont_Gilbert RigidSoftwar=
     Key fingerprint =3D 82A6 8893 C2A1 F64E A9AD  19AE 55B2 4CD7 80D2 0A2D
New!  attempt to lookup keyholder on
sig  0x10  80D20A2D 2003-06-05  [selfsig]
sig  0x10  80D20A2D 2002-09-14  [selfsig]

uid                            CLG <yahoogroups>
sig  0x10  80D20A2D 2003-06-05  [selfsig]
sig  0x10  80D20A2D 2002-09-17  [selfsig]

a quick check at shows the key expiration time
specified by each signature:

Type bits/keyID    cr. time   exp time   key expir

sig  sig  80D20A2D 2002-09-14 __________ 2003-09-14 [selfsig]
sig  sig  80D20A2D 2003-06-05 __________ __________ [selfsig]

sig  sig  80D20A2D 2002-09-17 __________ 2003-09-14 [selfsig]
sig  sig  80D20A2D 2003-06-05 __________ __________ [selfsig]

and has
additional details.

Jason Harris          | NIC:  JH329, PGP:  This _is_ PGP-signed, isn't it? | web:

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