Wed Jul 30 16:39:29 2003
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* CL Gilbert <Lamont_Gilbert at RigidSoftware.com> [2003-07-30 10:35]:
> I am getting a message that says, 'there is no indication that this
> key actually belongs to the owner.'
> What does this mean? What is the problem here? What sort of
> indication is gpg looking for? I dont recall having this problem when
> encrypting before!?
That just means that you haven't signed the key, i.e., indicated that it
is valid. GnuPG should continue with the encryption, though.
For example, this is what I see when I verify the signature on your
gpg: Signature made Wed 30 Jul 2003 10:29:51 AM EDT using DSA key ID 80D20A2D
gpg: Good signature from "Carl L. Gilbert <Lamont_Gilbert@RigidSoftware.com>"
gpg: aka "CLG <email@example.com>"
gpg: WARNING: This key is not certified with a trusted signature!
gpg: There is no indication that the signature belongs to the owner.
Primary key fingerprint: 82A6 8893 C2A1 F64E A9AD 19AE 55B2 4CD7 80D2 0A2D
The same message.
To live outside the law you must be honest.
-- Bob Dylan
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