[Q] "sign" vs "sign-locally"
Thu Jun 5 06:49:02 2003
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On Sat, May 31, 2003 at 08:57:42AM +0000, Graham wrote:
> > Also, why would I ever want to sign a key "non-revocably"?
> Some keys are used for specific purposes, and one such purpose could be
> to sign documents. Having a non-revocable key stops anybody revoking
> that key and therefore stops the invalidation of the documents.
A nonrevocable signature is different than a nonrevocable key.
OpenPGP doesn't have the notion of a nonrevocable key.
A nonrevocable signature (via "nrsign") is generally only useful in
special cases. It's not something most people need.
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