Keys not trusted
Thu May 8 16:19:30 2003
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** Graham (Dienstag, 6. Mai 2003 07:39)
> This is one of the basic things about GPG which newcomers find
I find the principle of trusted and untrusted keys a logical thing given=20
the way this PGP/GnuPG works.
> When it comes to encryption, by default you can only encrypt to
> trusted keys. Simply locally sign the key before setting out to
> encrypt :-).
That's what I did with that person's key, just signed it locally. I read=20
the man page before ;)
Only thing I forgot was to update the trustdb.
Public GnuPG key available at keyserver www.mandrakesecure.net
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