Invalid subkey binding
Dennis Lambe Jr.
Sun May 4 19:01:01 2003
On Sat, 2003-05-03 at 19:04, Jason Harris wrote:
> Check the verbose (default) listing on keyserver.kjsl.com and see that
> a "[keybind, hash: type 2, 6e 50]" signature is present on both subkeys,
> making it likely to be a duplicate (that is invalid when paired with
> the wrong subkey).
On Sat, 2003-05-03 at 20:53, David Shaw wrote:
> Probably someone sent an update to your key to one of the other
> keyservers, which garbled it a bit, and re-synched that back to
> keyserver.bu.edu. Basically, one of your subkeys has two signatures
> on it, only one of which is valid.
> So long as you have both your subkeys (and you do), it's a harmless
> warning, and can safely be ignored.
Thanks for the info, guys. This mailing list is incredibly friendly and
I'm glad this isn't going to be a problem. I don't suppose there's a
way to get that erroneous subkey signature to go away? some kind of
magical revocation certificate that makes the world forget it even
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